Top Five Office Views as Far as the Eyes Can See!

EVERYBODY WANTS ONE—AN OFFICE WITH VIEWS THAT INSPIRE, RELAX, AND TO APPRECIATE.

Confidential client in New York City. Photo by Eric Laignel

Confidential Client in New York

Meetings in the boardroom can lead to stressful decisions, but soaring views of Central Park in New York City, may provide inspiration while helping to relax.


LinkedIn in San Francisco. Photo by Eric Laignel

LinkedIn in San Francisco

This cozy nook at LinkedIn’s San Francisco headquarters is great for light reading with a cup of coffee, but it’s the surrounding views of San Francisco, including a famous bay-area bridge, that provide serene moments.


SapientNitro Offices in Toronto. Photo by Tom Arban

SapientNitro in Toronto

A reclaimed wood panel wall gives off warming earth tones at SapientNitro’s offices, but it’s the view of Toronto that leaves lasting impressions.


Statoil in Houston. Photo by Eric Laignel

Statoil in Houston

Walking up to a reception desk rarely affords visitors endless views of downtown Houston, unless of course you visit Statoil’s headquarters.


Bacardi Headquarters in London. Photo by Matt Cant

Bacardi in London

Views with depth and contrast are always a hit, as is the case with this view from Bacardi’s Headquarters in London, which features the Gherkin building rising above all others in the background.



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