#OfficeEnvy round-up: September

This month over on our social media accounts, we’ve featured four great Friday features with some truly unique offices … 

We celebrate everything from elegant interior design to quirky layouts, and we admire the many ways the workplace can excite and encourage clients, customers and the office team. 

Here’s a round-up of what we’ve been sharing in September:


1. Lego - London office
The London home of the toy giant has been specifically designed to fit with their collaborative work ethic.

The flexible work space has no designated work areas to encourage collaboration within the team - even the directors don’t have separate offices! 

Visually, the office space looks as fun, quirky and creative as you would expect from the iconic toy company. 


2. Missing Link - Johannesburg studio
The Johannesburg-based company that specialises in corporate presentations has one of the most eclectic studios we’ve come across.

The studio space features an in-house tattoo parlour, a treehouse and salvaged decor to create a truly individual look.


3. Innocent - London HQ
The London HQ of Innocent smoothies, otherwise known as Fruit Towers, encompasses the British summertime. 

The brilliant sense of humour the brand radiates on through marketing is translated with their twist on quintessential British quirks throughout the studio space. 

The friendly household name even invites customers to visit Fruit Towers any time they please. 


4. ICRAVE - New York studio
The New York City home of design and branding firm ICRAVE is a stylish hub with a focus on hospitality and a warm, homely touch. 

The raw, industrial feel to the office, with its dark stained wood and chalk boards, encourage creative ideas and team involvement whilst being a smart and modern studio.