Nifty·Posted on Jul 21, 201715 Gorgeous Offices That Make Going To Work A Whole Lot Cooler*pins the entire Pinterest headquarters*by Emily ShwakeBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Airbnb's office that could be more accurately described as a theme park. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com With private meeting rooms designed to be exact replicas of popular listings and entire rooms inspired by cities around the world, Airbnb's headquarters are equal parts nostalgic and global. 2. Each room in Dropbox's headquarters is designed to accommodate a different mood and level of focus. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com A dark, space-like "deep focus" room provides a space devoid of distractions for coding marathons and an old-school "jam room" offers instruments and vinyls to help employees decompress. Read more here. 3. The Paris WeWork is like all other WeWorks except that it's fucking gorgeous. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Art Deco design reminiscent of 1920s France is as classic as it is modern. 4. The Edmunds headquarters is a dream for anyone who was obsessed with cars as a kid. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @mplusmcreativestudio Besides the literal slide — aka the Expressway — in the lobby, each room is named after a different car and looks a bit like something out of Tron (the newer one). 5. This Bahnhof data center that is literally in a cave. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @albertfrancelanord Does this remind anyone else of Dr. Evil's lair?! This bunker turned data center is decorated with waterfalls, plants, and a massive saltwater fish tank. 6. The "Knitting Staircase" at the center of Pinterest's HQ lets in natural light and creates a connection between all four floors. iwamotoscott.com The design has elements — such as the waffle ceiling in the lobby — that are both classy and quirky. See more photos on IwamotoScott Architecture. 7. The origami-inspired shapes at Bond Collective divide up the space to make it more efficient. bondcollective.com The colors are just neat. The design is exclusive to their Gowanus, New York, location. 8. The design of Twitter's "urban campus" has plenty of natural elements such as reclaimed wood and wave patterns. lundbergdesign.com The office also incorporates the work of local artists. See more photos on Lundberg Design. 9. The iHeartRadio HQ is perfectly fitting for the celebs who stroll through their front doors. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Stars sing from the stadium seating and all of the "Presentation Portals" (really high-tech conference rooms) are rigged with lasers that respond to touch. Yup, we are officially living in the future.See more photos from the architects on A+I. 10. The New York Fosbury & Sons workspace is just so cool. It isn't surprising that it was inspired by NYC's High Line park. fosburyandsons.com This self-proclaimed "office with a soul" works to provide an experience akin to a hotel with swanky art installation, customized furniture, and warm colors. 11. Etsy's sustainable office has plenty of sunshine and is, of course, covered in crafts. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The shapes of the building mimic natural environments. 12. Ministry of New is as glamorous as it is homey and mixes history with contemporary design. Facebook: ministryofnew Mumbai's first collaborative workspace offers breathing room and community in a congested city. 13. Squarespace's offices are as chic and streamlined as their website templates. squarespace.com The yin-yang design was meant to represent both styles of working: the solitary and the collaborative.See more photos on A+I. 14. Second Home's curved spaces curb the "lost" feeling of wandering around a maze-like office. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The curved windows also let in a lot more natural light. See more of their offices here. 15. Of course Taco Bell's headquarters looks like an arcade. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @_bankofcv From the original Taco Bell stand inhabiting the building to the entire room dedicated to screens that project the social traffic, this HQ's design showcases the fast food company's past and present.