New York: Most Fascinating Workplaces

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New York, which is commonly referred as the City That Never Sleeps or the Apple, offers some of the best fascinating offices in the world. These offices have something in common like friendly staffs, warm working environment and endless inspiration without leaving their workplace. A recent study has researched on quality of views, wall color and furniture to make a list of most fascinating offices in NYC.

 

Bloomberg

The New York City headquarter of most successful tech company ever Bloomberg is as famous as the company itself. The office stands in more than 400,000 square feet at 120 Park Avenue which is workplace for more than 6,500 employees. Bloomberg's gorgeous headquarter is a pretty quiet place occupied floors 1-29 of the 55-story building.


The lounge displays wide-open TV studio, fish tanks and glass-wall

The lounge displays wide-open TV studio, fish tanks and glass-wall


The Bloomberg is decorated with the curved escalator (one of two in the world), big color coded blocks, snack bar and little closets.

The Bloomberg is decorated with the curved escalator (one of two in the world), big color coded blocks, snack bar and little closets


Google office is located over the historic Chelsea Market and across from the Eighth Ave. The place has scooters and legos inside

Google office is located over the historic Chelsea Market and across from the Eighth Ave. The place has scooters and legos inside


The world headquarter of Internet Company IAC is absolutely a modern building by a modern architect Frank Gehry. The 10-story building is constructed with a glass façade and seems to flow in the wind.

The world headquarter of Internet Company IAC is absolutely a modern building by a modern architect Frank Gehry. The 10-story building is constructed with a glass façade and seems to flow in the wind


The IAC office has a salon, a training facility and a corporate headquarters

The IAC office has a salon, a training facility and a corporate headquarters


The Gawker's founder, Nick Denton, wants to make his office a bit like a library

The Gawker's founder, Nick Denton, wants to make his office a bit like a library


The NYC office of Creative Time offers a sense of enclosure and private for staffs thanks to reflective materials and orange sliding walls

The NYC office of Creative Time offers a sense of enclosure and private for staffs thanks to reflective materials and orange sliding walls


The building of Creative Time has floor-to-ceiling glass and displaced ventilation

The building of Creative Time has floor-to-ceiling glass and displaced ventilation

 

Estsy's office is located in DUMBO, Brooklyn which has beautiful facade from a London telephone booth

Estsy's office is located in DUMBO, Brooklyn which has beautiful facade from a London telephone booth


The design of JWT office is based on branch of tree which looks modern with both color combination and the furnishing

The design of JWT office is based on branch of tree which looks modern with both color combination and the furnishing


The office houses DVF’s flagship store gets inspiration from historic buildings in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. The building emphasizes on the distinctive facades and geometric glass structure was applied to the roof space

The office houses DVF’s flagship store gets inspiration from historic buildings in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. The building emphasizes on the distinctive facades and geometric glass structure was applied to the roof space

 

Google's New York office

 

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This article was published on 2011/07/03