Are you currently looking around the three walls of your cubicle at work wondering how you ended up in such a closed off workspace? It’s 2019, human beings should have definitely figured out more inclusive and productive ways to open up office spaces by now. Good news is that they have! The bad news is that you don’t work in one right now. We’ve put together a list of the coolest office designs across America, so you can live vicariously through others.

If you’ve been single in the last 10 years, chances are you’ve tried online dating. One of the top online dating apps, Bumble, flexes their interior decorating skills as much as their matchmaking ones. The headquarters has a bee-centered theme we’re sure you’ll be buzzing about. Honeycomb patterns are tastefully interspersed on staircases, accent walls, and tiled floors. The bright yellow interior remains lively and themed artwork in private meeting rooms collage the walls with phrases like “bee kind” and “make the first move.”

Most of us who were old enough in the early 2000s probably still have our old Nokia brick cell phones, widely known for being virtually indestructible. Nokia is definitely still around and their office space in California gets a Fractal A+ in our book! Their creative workspace is almost entirely an open office concept, with windows and partitions in certain areas to allow for more private conversations if needed. Vibrant colors like orange, green, yellow, and blue breathe life into the furniture and rooms. The large windows let natural light in, making Nokia a sunny place to be in both literally and physically.

Another Fractal approved, unique office space is the Urban Outfitter’s campus in Pittsburgh that was renovated out of an old navy shipyard. The 350,000+ square feet of the dilapidated industrial building was completely remodeled to create a stunning collaborative workspace for the employees. Everything is housed on campus from all of the company’s brand offices to a library, coffee house, and cafeteria.

The office of this website hosting platform has utilized glass windows in one of our favorite ways. In a chic and sleek manner, the company has crafted the inside of its headquarters almost entirely out of glass walls, partitions, and railings. The dark wood, black, white, and gray furniture keep the office grounded in professionalism while the bright sunlight of the SoHo neighborhood pours in.

  • Etsy – Brooklyn, NY

The innovative headquarters of Etsy definitely lives up to the inventive, vintage, e-commerce company’s aesthetic. The office design is focused on encouraging work in collaborative spaces, both outside and inside, with plenty of community tables in their rooftop garden, terrace, green library, and lofts. There are private rooms for extreme focus or small meetings but the office is largely open with big windows, comfy chairs, and even the occasional dog meandering around. A cool addition to the building is that all of the artwork decorations were created by Etsy sellers themselves.

  • AirBnB – San Francisco, CA

We’re obsessed with AirBnB’s balance of private and communal organized workspace in their west coast headquarters! Keeping with the general theme of individualized “houses” around the world, different wings of the building are named after locations like Johannesburg, Mumbai, and Cairo. The breakout spaces are simple with plenty of furniture and open space to facilitate constructive conversations while the “work caves” and phone rooms are more closed and intended for private, reserved conversations between small teams or partners.

You may be surprised that big companies like Google and Lego didn’t make our list. Don’t be! They’re still really awesome places to work, but we wanted to focus on companies that maybe haven’t had their interior design achievements highlighted as often. Turns out, you don’t need to be a huge corporation to totally rock an inclusive workplace that boosts morale and community among employees. Interested in learning how to convert your office into a supportive and more collaborative space? Fractal has all the organization tools and planning you need to get the job done.