Another tech company that only started in 2008, Big In Japan is a Dallas based mobile app developer famous for their award winning, barcode scanning app; ShopSavvy. Focusing on open plan working and endless quirky decorations and even including a nine foot Hulk statue, this tech office knows tech office. Relaxation may be attained by playing Rock Band or by simply lying down on the bean bag which is just heaven, or the good ol' fussball game.
Here's another cool Google office on the list. The environment is almost the same as the first one we featured plus a two-story conference room, a giant overhanging hamock, and is themed towards the local Pittsburgh theme part attractions.
Here's another warehouse office splashed with coolness. They designed the warehouse envirnoment in a way that they employees would not feel that they weren't even at the office. Traction Marketing also took away the regular florescent lighting and used spot ad festoon lighting that swings down across the ping-pong table plus a massive glass garage sized door floods the entire office with natural light.
The once gigantic company may have lost its gleaming smile but recently a massive overhaul of their headquarters had been made, maybe even giving a sign of the company's long awaited rebirth. With large kitchens, relaxation areas, pool tables, game rooms and vibrant colors all over, looks like they're on the right track.
After its acquisition, Google transformed the Youtube office into a clone of theirs. And that isn't bad. You know what to expect from here. Yeap, nowhere near bad.
The designers made use of the small $40 per square foot budget to design the building by thinking out of the box and eventually creating an office environment out of – boxes. Effectively transforming a bunch of shipping containers to become one of the coolest offices ever. The low office cost is only fitting for a company that raises tens of millions of dollars each year for charity.