Microsoft builds treehouse offices for employees
Monday, 16 October 2017
To help its employees gain creativity, focus and happiness, Microsoft has built treehouse workspaces with an embedded tech at its Redmond campus that will serve as meeting spaces and a more casual work environment. Designed by renowned builder Pete Nelson, the treehouse is one of the three new branch-based meeting spaces and is part of a larger new system of technology-enabled outdoor districts connected to buildings around campus empowering employees to work in new ways. During its construction in the summer, the outdoor meeting spaces, which include two enclosed treehouses and one elevated roost called the ‘Crow’s Nest’, created a wave of curiosity. “While some companies have moved toward the trend of creating green indoor spaces that function as proxies
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It looks like Microsoft is literally branching out from traditional Corporate America.
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