Google’s new Tel Aviv offices span 8 floors and come complete with an onsite gym, 3 restaurants and many relaxation areas. The space design allows for a collaborative work environment and also caters for privacy if needed while designers have ensured that sustainability is a key factor in the building’s infrastructure.
Located in an arts park near Antwerp, Belgium, this bizarrely designed hotel is actually a popular tourist attraction. Shaped like a human gut, the creation is by artist, Joep Van Lieshout and is called, “artwork to live in”. Although it all looks rather odd from the outside, travellers come for the experience of it and a room at the hotel costs £96 pounds a night ($154) and includes breakfast and entry to the sculpture park.