22 Gorgeous Startup Offices You Wish You Worked In

1. 37signals’ Downtown Chicago Office

 

The 37signals office looks like a huge, modern hotel lobby with its sharp, clean lines.

[source: Quora]

2. Mojang in Stockholm, Sweden

Per Kristiansen, Niklas Storbjörk / bsk.se
Per Kristiansen, Niklas Storbjörk / bsk.se

Mojang, the company that makes Minecraft, has an office that is decidedly un-dorky.

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3. Etsy’s New York Offices

 
 

The Etsy Dumbo office is like a microcosm of Etsy.com itself — it’s filled to the brim with brightly colored tchotchkes and evokes a cozy living room feel.

 

Etsy’s Hudson office has more room to breathe, with a very minimalist appeal. It features an apothecary of natural remedies for the staff to use, a salvaged pool table, and hula hoops.

4. Hub in Madrid, Spain

Daniel Torrelló / chqs.net

Daniel Torrelló / chqs.net

 

Daniel Torrelló / chqs.net

Daniel Torrelló / chqs.net

 

According to Office Snapshots, “The Hub is an interesting combination of incubator, coworking space, and social entrepreneur hangout.”

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5. Square in San Francisco, California

 

Jack Dorsey has good taste in wallpaper.

6. Evernote in Redwood City, California

 
 

Chalkboard paint + vertical air plant garden + Eames = Pinterest dream come true.

7. Moo.com in London, England

 
 

Moo.com makes these cute little business cards that you can order online with the utmost of ease. They’ve incorporated every color of the rainbow into their office.

8. Dropbox’s San Francisco Office

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Bruce Damonte / boorbridges.com

 

Bruce Damonte / boorbridges.com

Bruce Damonte / boorbridges.com

 

Bruce Damonte / boorbridges.com

Bruce Damonte / boorbridges.com

 

The conference room is filled with Legos and the conference rooms have funny names. In addition to being an elegant and modern office space, they’ve managed to incorporate a lot of character.

9. Airbnb’s Listing-Inspired Offices in San Francisco

Helynn Ospina, Robert Hatch, and Chad Riley

Helynn Ospina, Robert Hatch, and Chad Riley

 

Helynn Ospina, Robert Hatch, and Chad Riley

Helynn Ospina, Robert Hatch, and Chad Riley

Helynn Ospina, Robert Hatch, and Chad Riley

 

Full of quirky, lived-in details, it’s evident that whoever decorated the space did a really good job of raiding the thrift store.

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10. CouchSurfing in San Francisco, California

 

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Swings are scientifically proven to enhance productivity.

11. Quid in San Francisco, California

 

It’s like fancy downtown art gallery meets stately uptown library.

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12. Pionen in Stockholm, Sweden

 
 

Pionen holds a data center in an old nuclear bunker, situated underneath the bedrock of Stockholm, and is locked away from civilization by a 16-inch thick door. It’s a metaphor for the how secure the data is kept.

13. Path’s SF Office

 
 

Two words: THAT VIEW.

14. LivePerson’s NYC Office

 

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