Workers at TBWA/Hakuhodo can climb up onto the inner-shelters in their office and hold brainstorms on the astro-turf, or even have a picnic.

The offices of ad agency TBWA/Hakuhodo in Tokyo have inner-shelters that act as meeting rooms. OK, ok, we know we've seen that before in other creative agencies – the difference here, is that workers can also climb up onto the shelters and hold brainstorms on the astro-turf, or even have a picnic. On their site, the architects Klein Dytham say:

The shelters, which are of multiple sizes and heights, work as meeting and business rooms. They also work as places for brainstorming-meetings and picnics. The shapes of the shelters and their colors white, green, and natural wood fold onto each other and shape the landscape.

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