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

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One thought on “How would you improve your graphic design studio or office?

  1. These are some great office work spaces here. Although, I was really surprised not to see the office space of the design firm, forget the name featured in How Magazine, in San Francisco in which their front office looks like a library room and if you pull a hanging tassle, one of the walls slides away to reveal the office space.

    Vorzie Studios – Graphics and Web Design

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