5 places you wouldn't expect to find an office

posted by Phill Allen

April, 27th, 2015

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Over the past decade, there has been an increased number of UFO sightings. Scientists attribute the rise in Unidentified Flying Offices to the changing nature of business.
Agile working is indeed the buzzword reverberating around the milieu, technology and business demands triggering a transmutation in how and where we work.
Offices are therefore no longer simply located in city centre blocks. They have taken flight and repositioned in places you’d never quite expect.
As such, here’s 5 of our favourite UFOs:

5.The office cave

The bear walked into a cave … need we say more.
5 places you wouldn't expect to find an office

4.The garden office pod

Working in the garden goes together like peas in a pod. You’ll get green fingers typing away in this one.
5 places you wouldn't expect to find an office

3.The office at 35,000 feet

Things have to be good when you’re working at 35,000 feet in the Airbus ACJ318 Private Jet Office. Today’s inflight movie screening? Office Space.
5 places you wouldn't expect to find an office

2.The underwater post office

When the post office is underwater, you can see why more and more people prefer email. Take a dip fifty metres off the shore of Hideaway island, near Port Vila, and you’ll find Vanuatu’s Underwater Post Office.
5 places you wouldn't expect to find an office

1.Climb into the office tree house

“Daddy, what’s that?” questions the young boy gesturing towards an object in a tree. “Well, son,” replies father, “it would appear to be an office tree house.”
“Cooooollllll,” says the boy.
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Phill Allen

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An in and outside the (bioprocess) box thinker, fluid management specialist Phill knows a thing or two about keeping pharma liquid logistics flowing.

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