At the at public relations firm Morris + King Company lead partner and co-principal Judith R. King designed "Blue Ice Cubicles" herself. The innovative glowing resin have truly redefined their office space with translucent planes of "Hockney-blue" (reminiscent of David Hockney's pool paintings) that help employees glide and swim through the challenges of the day. There, staff members are encouraged to create their own atmosphere with stacked cube dimmer lamps and custom-designed artwork provided by the company that reflect their personal tastes and styles. The "Blue Ice Cubicles" were fabricated by design firm Panelite.
Credit: Morris + King Company
Pretty in plastic
"For the new Builders Lounge contest. I tried to represent a few diverse themes including Space, Star Wars, Pirates, etc. It also uses the Builders Lounge colors, and a few Modulex," says mastermind Zack Milenius.
All about the setting
We don't like the actual cubicle in this photo per se, but we like the setting. Who wouldn't want to work outside?
This cubicle looks like a whole lot of fun! Just one question: how do you get in and out?
Make like a tree
This tree house may look out of place - after all, it is certainly not a cubicle - however, it is an office space at Chicago company Red Frog Events. The four-year-old company has some unique workstations. In fact, employees get a $100 budget to personalize and decorate their personal workspaces.