Check out Squarespace's new Portland Office!

The new squarespace HQ shouts out 'Modern Trend' with its converted bank vault bike room and personal in-office cinema. It makes you ask, why sit in a plaIn grey office, with rows of office cubicles? Especially when you can spend your working day in modern tranquil.

The walls are lined with exotic pot plants and homely trinkets scattered, creating an overall creative and inviting workspace. In this regard Squarespace is always keeping up with the times.

Here at Square Studio, having just moved to our swanky new office at The Paintworks in Bristol, we're still getting a feel for what's in fashion when it comes to office interior design. Like Squarespace, we believe that the appearance of a companies office should reflect the company and its workforce as a whole. 

It should be comfortable and colorful to help inspire employees to be at their creative best. This is just what the Portland office has done, it has built a creative space that is bold and stands out from the average working environment. 

                                                                                           Photo by Mike Rogoway/The Oregonian

                                                                                           Photo by Mike Rogoway/The Oregonian

If the light open space isn't welcoming enough then how about a canteen that serves gourmet lunches to make your working day - a little more exciting! Squarespace is trending up there with Google and Facebook as 'the' place to work. Squarespace is developing their style and you can see this with their new New York HQ. Along with beautiful interior design and indoor amusement to help the employees bond, the office also contains a quiet space for the busier periods. You can safely say that this office has it all  and looks like a great working environment - a mix of functionality and luxury to stimulate the working mind.

                                                                                          Photo by Mike Rogoway/The Oregonian

                                                                                          Photo by Mike Rogoway/The Oregonian

We're taking notes!