The life of an IT guy. It can’t be all that thrilling. Or can it?? Thai Architect firm, Onion, says otherwise. Outfitted with monkey bars, punching bags, cozy, nap-ready nooks lined with cushy pillows (pillow fight, anyone?) and straight-up, Olympic-caliber gymnast hoops, the Bangkok-based office is a veritable jungle gym.
Housing 60 employees who typically log long hours at client’s offices resolving computer problems, the Inteltion HQ is a playful, and much-needed respite from the stress of melted hard drives. Bouncy yoga balls abound a light filled space appointed with warm wood paneling and light fixtures fabricated with about a gazillion ping-pong balls. One continuous iron bar connects conference tables, handrails, stools, pull-up bars and hanging rings in an unending ribbon of activity that unspools throughout the office. Magnetic checkers grace charcoal black walls, doubling as both a brain-teaser and continually-changing geometric art piece. Conference room tables transform into afterhours ping-pong matches, should the mood strike. Because, let’s be real. IT guys should have a good time too.
Photography courtesy of: Wworkspace