Microsoft is known for keeping up a fun work environment, from its free treat to its marvelous workmanship gathering. Its most recent liven: tree houses.
The organization declared on its blog Friday that it has made three treetop meeting spaces at its corporate base camp in Redmond, Washington.
The treehouses were worked by Pete Nelson, host of the Animal Planet arrangement Treehouse Masters. They were developed on the grounds this midyear, inciting an influx of interest and bits of gossip from Microsoft representatives, as per the organization.
These aren’t kids’ playhouses: they’re worked for work. In spite of the fact that expected to associate workers with nature, the tree houses are, obviously, furnished with Wi-Fi and outlets for charging. One of them additionally includes an indoor cafeteria.
In any case, while not as disconnected as they appear, the spaces are positively charming. They highlight armchairs and chimneys, and seats that wouldn’t be strange on a home porch.
How about we simply trust they’re waterproof, and that no one’s excessively diverted by the fowls.