By Joel Johnson at 4:04 pm Thu, May 7, 2009
Some people would like to work in this office designed by Iwan Baan; others would not.
I am one of those people.
One of which people? You give two sorts of people and say that you are one of them…but which one?
Maybe you are both? Maybe just an occasional person?
Sooo… which one are you?
I was about to say, “Well, Joel isn’t about to post a picture of an office he’s uninterested in.” But then I realized that a hypothetical uninterestingoffices.com tumblog carries a high probability of Joel.
I am one of those people, too. I am even more so one of those people when it comes to hyper-minimalist offices like this one.
This is so full of WIN!!!
Joel, I told you to warn me the next time you were taking pictures of my office! I haven’t trimmed the trees yet this year!
I like the view but give me some privacy please.
I really despise open floor plans.
I wonder about the acoustics — like in a tunnel?
Looks like it’d be great for “creativity” but a bigger boon for “distraction”
Iwan Baan is apparently the photographer, but not the designer — that would be Selgas Cano Architects.
BTW,I am one of those people who would like.
Looks like what people imagined the future to be in 1973 or so. Tenants should be required to wear matching silver jumpsuits.
I think it would be fine if I didnt have to share it with anyone.
…and I could have a decent chair.
I guess the more urban version would be to set up shop in a single lane of a bowling alley.
Seeing how now I have to stand up and crane my neck around the cubicles to catch a glimpse of sunlight, I would really dig working in this office.
#15 makes a point, these design ideas are very conducive to sprawl.
The first thing I think when I see that is: WANT. The second it: INDOOR SKATING! The third: laying on the floor watching storms.
Okay, I am ditching my office for this one.I bet Google will have one of these on their lawns soon.
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