The Latest In Cool Boston Office Space
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It's been a month since we asked for cool office space pictures, and the submissions have been coming in steadily—with about 95% of them cool (though we did get a pic of a cubicle farm, as retro '80s as Ferris Bueller; it might be cool again in 20 years). Keep them coming to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is Continuum Managed Services at 99 High St in Boston, which has four taps (local craft brews, as well as cider), 360-degree views of Boston (better than the Top of the Hub), game spots throughout, a meditation room, a shower, lockers and an overall elegant design.
All the desks are movable (so you can stand or sit), and there’s plenty of cool sitting spots (benches overlooking the city, bean bag chairs, etc.). Baker Design Group did the design.
Here's the Boston office of McGraw-Hill Education at 281 Summer St, a design by Scott Payette Architects & Perkins Eastman.
The in-house café, complete with table tennis. Since its opening last year, the Boston office has been leading McGraw-Hill Education's digital technology developments.