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Best Places To Sleep in the Office

to nap or not … here are Five unique and inviting spaces to catch some shut-eye.
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Hubspot in Cambridge, MA. Photo by Robert Benson.
Hubspot

This hammock-clad retreat at Hubspot’s Cambridge headquarters offers employees a breezy environment to take the mind off that dreaded Monday morning conference call.

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Tresata in Charlotte, NC. Photo by Monica Slaney.
Tresata

One of three ‘Founders’ rooms at Tresata’s headquarters in Charlotte, this space appears ideal for heads-down work, as well as the occasional mid-afternoon doze in a suspended wicker basket.

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Statoil Headquarters in Houston, TX. Photo by Eric Laignel.
Statoil

Taking up a majority of this break space at Statoil’s Houston headquarters, this splendid L-shaped sofa (complete with copious amounts of natural light) invites weary workers in to hit pause on the workday.

 

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Confidential Financial Client in McLean, VA. Photo by Thomas McConnell.
Confidential Financial Client

No better, or more comfortable, locale than a pillow-filled nook nestled just a few feet away from the demands of the office at this confidential financial client’s workspace.

 

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Sapient in Toronto, CA. Photo by Tom Arban.
SapientNitro

Besides the quixotic view of the Toronto skyline, this space at SapientNitro’s Toronto office has all the ingredients for a quick pick-me-up nap: comfy couches, warm earth tones, and even a screen to help guide one off to sleep before powering through the rest of the workday.

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