Folks at Business Insider get lots of chances to visit offices and here is a collection of some of the coolest startup offices. Which one do you like best?
Quirky helps people with good ideas invent products and get them sold in stores nationwide.
A massive test kitchen, a workshop with 3D printers where prototypes are made, and a store where its products are on display.
Foursquare is a mobile app that lets you track your friends’ whereabouts and discover new places.
Each room has a theme that matches a different Foursquare badge. For example, one is called “Socialite” with beautiful wall paper and a chandelier. Another is called Herbivore, and it’s covered with plants. There’s also a small amphitheater, gymnastics rings, a cafeteria, a weekly keg, a ping pong table and a foursquare court.
A blogging platform that makes it easy to upload and share videos, pictures and more.
Two floors, funky art, an adopted Pomeranian, a ping pong table and a living room area.
Makerbot is a 3D home printer that prints physical items instead of pictures on paper.
A “botcave,” rows of 3D printers, a vending machine that sells plastic toys printed by MakerBots, plus a MakerBot factory where the printers are assembled and shipped.
Gawker is a media network with 35 million monthly unique visitors, which includes Gizmodo and Jezebel.
A lounge area that looks like it’s from The Matrix, steampunk decor, a large roof deck and a surfboard.
Gawker has a large roof deck and a lounge that looks like it’s straight out of The Matrix.
Squarespace has lots of game consoles, Rock Band, a horse you can doodle on, a library and colorful murals.
AOL Ventures, which houses a bunch of startups, has an arcade game that monitors stress levels, interactive art installations, and large archways.
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