You won't find depressing cubicles in any of these offices! These companies take their well-designed office spaces to the next level.

Google
Google
Google is known for having incredible office spaces in its California headquarters and around the world. One amazing feature of the company's office space is the relaxation pods where employees can go to either take a break or to work in solitude. It's a totally soothing atmosphere that is also visually and architecturally stunning. (Photo via Office Snapshots)
Selgas Cano Architecture Office
Selgas Cano Architecture Office
It comes as no surprise that the office of an innovative architecture company is a feat of design genius. This office in Madrid, Spain, is long and narrow, with a beautiful curving glass wall and roof that keeps the architects in sync with nature. (Photo via Iwan.com)
Inventionland Design Factory
Inventionland Design Factory
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Inventionland Design Factory boasts itself as the world's largest invention factory. It's offices are just as inventive as the minds at work — one work area is in the form of a large pirate ship sitting on an actual body of water. Amazing! (Photo via
Pallotta Teamworks
Pallotta Teamworks
Pallotta Teamworks no longer exists as a company anymore (it shut down in 2002) but its offices are still the stuff of architectural legend. Housed in an old warehouse, the company created "breathing islands" because it couldn't afford to air-condition the entire space. The white tent tops contained the air inside each office and the company used shipping containers as actual office spaces. The environmentally friendly office space aligned closely with the company's founding principles. (Photo via clivewilkinson.com)
Dropbox
Dropbox
For a company that's innovative and tech-savvy, the Dropbox offices are just as sleek and appealing. What started as a two bedroom apartment in 2007 has grown into a beautifully trendy work space in downtown San Francisco. (Photo via Custom Spaces)
Airbnb
Airbnb
The popular site and mobile app Airbnb can take you all over the world, but you might not want to go anywhere other than San Francisco after you see the company's amazing headquarters there. With huge open spaces and areas that vary by aesthetic and layout, it's one of the coolest places you can work. And yes, you can bring your dog to work there! (Photo via Custom Spaces)
Facebook
Facebook
As one of the most popular websites in the world, Facebook has offices all over the globe. It's work space in Menlo Park, California, is known for being sleek and professional with lots of perks for employees, such as outdoor cafes and walking paths. (Photo via Custom Spaces)
Nokia
Nokia
How's this for an ultra modern work space? At Nokia headquarters in Finland, employees work in the trendiest of conditions. (Photo via Custom Spaces)
Urban Outfitters
Urban Outfitters
Urban Outfitters has built its empire on being trendy and putting a "cool" image above all else. That would explain its offices in Philadelphia, located in an urban setting that looks pretty darn cool. (Photo via Office Snapshots)
Lego
Lego
Would the offices for a company as cool as The Lego Group be anything but fun and whimsical? Containing everything from slides to life-size Lego sculptures, the Denmark headquarters will make any adult feel like a kid again. (Photo via Office Snapshots)
Zynga
Zynga
Located in San Francisco, the headquarters for gaming company Zynga are just as fun and awesome as the games produced there. While there's plenty of spaces that are conducive for getting quality work done, there's just as many spots to mess around (and pretend you're working!). (Photo via Office Snapshots)
Bahnhof ISP
Bahnhof ISP
Bahnhof ISP is a Swedish Internet service provider that has offices in the White Mountains of Sweden. Its stunningly modern interior (incorporated into the natural landscape) looks like something out of a blockbuster action movie. (Photo via Alfa.com)
Acuity
Acuity
This Wisconsin-based insurance company has an amazing office space which features a 65-foot ferris wheel that's inside the building! (Photo via Fortune.com)

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