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    • Evalyn Effertz

      Pirate Ship #office ideas #working design #design office #office design|

    • Belle Coyle

      Davison International Inc., a 285-employee company that designs and creates kitchen gadgets, toys and other consumer products, relocated in 2006 to a 61,000-square-foot building in Pittsburgh, Pa. Its interior, which followed a year-long, $5 million renovation, is intended to encourage creativity and a positive attitude among staff. One third of its inventions are its own creations. The remainder are commissioned by third parties.

    • Michelle Wagner

      Pirate ship office...I want to work here!

    • Songbird Studio

      Imaginative environments inspire workers- George Davison’s Inventionland, which opened its doors last week, has 15 incredible sets integrated into its office space. George believes creative thinking is best fostered in an imaginative environment, and there is a NASCAR speedway, a pirate ship, a rock cave and a tree house!

    • Formamentees

      Have you ever worked on a bucaneer ship? This is Inventionland! #workspace #pirates #creative #inspiration

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