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How would you improve your graphic design studio or office?

How would you improve your graphic design studio or office?

Just lately, we have been wondering how we could improve our graphic design studio to make it a more creative workspace. Whether it means adding a huge mural on the wall or simply designing some graphic art, we feel it could do with a bit of a change. After all, an extravagant and funky working space should give you an extra boost of inspiration! This led me to start looking at unusual and creative offices. Here are a few offices and creative spaces that take that concept to the extreme:

Google Offices

Design studios - Google offices

Inspiring designs - Google offices

Design inspiration - Google offices

Pixar Offices

Design inspiration - Pixar offices

Design inspiration - Pixar offices

Design inspiration - Pixar offices

Three Rings Design Offices

Design inspiration - Three rings design offices

Design inspiration - Three Rings Design offices

Design inspiration - Three Rings Design offices

Nike Offices

Design inspiration - Nike offices

Red Bull Offices

Design inspiration - Red Bull Offices

Design inspiration - Red Bull Offices

Design Inspiration - Red Bull Offices

ILSE Media Offices

Design inspiration - ILSE Media

Design inspiration - ILSE Media

Cartoon Network

Design inspiration - Cartoon network offices

Design inspiration - Cartoon Network Offices

Design inspiration - Cartoon Network Offices

Lego offices

Design inspiration - Lego Offices

Ogilvy Offices

Design inspiration - Ogilvy offices

Design inspiration - Ogilvy Offices

Design inspiration - Ogilvy Offices

Selgas Cano

Design inspiration - Selgas Cano Office

Design inspiration - Selgas Cano Office

Design inspiration - Selgas Cano Offices

So if you could add anything to your graphic design studio or office, what would it be? Would it be something crazy like a slide or something a bit more subtle?

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110 Responses to “How would you improve your graphic design studio or office?”

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  • [...] found this unique blog posting at www.eightyonedesign.co.uk of really cool graphic design offices! As a graphic designer you have to be very artistic and [...]

  • I seriously love all of these, but I don’t think i would get any work done. I’d just be looking around me wide-eyed and slack jawed ;-)

  • brill love this post :)

  • Nattie says:

    I want to go work for Google! They have ZPODS where their employees can nap!

    Natalya, Ruff House Art

  • Tasha says:

    I very nearly wept, seeing these. I was recently laid off from a publisher who demanded its graphic designers be creative while working in a room with a white tile floor, white concrete-brick walls, nothing allowed to be attached to the walls, facing the wall at all times, and keeping a log of every project and time spent on it. It was a form of torture, and while I’m glad I’m not there any longer, I despair of finding another job — much less one that allows its designers to be as personally creative as these firms, or one that even understanding the least bit about “noodling” if one is to be creative. I’m still trying to convince my muse it’s okay to come out, if only for a few minutes a day. If your employer lets you be creative without slamming you against the wall while you’re trying to be creative…count your blessings. I don’t think it will ever be the norm in this horribly unimaginative world we live in. And I don’t know how to begin to change that.

  • Giuliano says:

    Hi, this is our new studio:

    http://www.invisiblestudio.it/brand-new-office/

    It’s all glass and steel, on top of a roof in central Milan.

    Pros: it’s great to work in the sky, with plenty of light and air. When you’re tired, you simply look around and feel better. There’s a lot of silence too. Clients are enthusiast when they come to our studio (we are a digital communication studio specilising in the cultural sector)
    Cons: you’re more exposed to elements. When it rains, it’s like being in a car! :)

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  • Pat Testing says:

    Some stunning ideas for inspiration, even if it’s just a fresh lick of paint to get you going, it’s worth the effort & expense

  • splonke says:

    The main thing: customer says “Aaaaah, how creative you are!…”

  • Jennifer says:

    Niceee, impressive collection :)

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