Why are organizations embracing these spaces?

So why are leading organizations that thrive on innovation and creativity turning to these unique work environments?

  1. They help them attract and retain top talent
  2. The right space helps to inspire team members to develop new solutions
  3. Innovative workspaces help to reinforce and demonstrate an organization’s commitment to innovation
  4. They provide a sense of fun which further unlocks creativity activity

The same pressures that drive Google drive all businesses today. Creativity is now recognized as the #1 skillset for employees to assure future success. It’s critical for all businesses to attract, retain and inspire their employees, clients and partners.

What others are saying:

Why creativity is important, highlights from Adobe's State of Create Report: 2016
"Global respondents believe being creative is valuable to society (70%) and the economy (64%).
Being creative helps make people better workers (70%), leaders (70%), parents (69%) and students (69%).
Yet only forty-one percent describe themselves as creative and thirty-one percent report they are living up to their creative potential."

Studies on the benefits of art in the workplace:

[According to studies conducted by BOSTI Associates, a workplace planning and design consultancy firm in New York, “there is a clear correlation between how people experience the offices they work in and their productivity levels on the job, including job performance, satisfaction and their ability to communicate with each other.”

In 1967, David Rockefeller established the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA) — a national nonprofit organization that encourages, inspires, and stimulates businesses to support the arts in the workplace, in education, and in the community.

According to a survey conducted by the BCA and International Association of Professional Art Advisors (IAPAA) to establish a positive relationship between job productivity, stress, morale, creativity, and art in the workplace across industries, “82% of employees said art was important in the work environment, and 73% percent said their view of the company would change if the art were removed.”]

Source: CUInisght
https://www.cuinsight.com/how-incorporating-art-into-workplace-design-can-affect-employee-wellness-job-performance-and-best-represent-your-brand.html

A Trip to the Moon   ( French :   Le Voyage dans la Lune  ) [a]  is a 1902 French  space exploration   surrealist   silent film  directed by  Georges Méliès . Inspired by a wide variety of sources, including  Jules Verne 's novels   From the Earth to the Moon   and   Around the Moon  , the film follows a group of astronomers who travel to the  Moon  in a cannon-propelled capsule, explore the Moon's surface, escape from an underground group of  Selenites  (lunar inhabitants), and return to Earth with a captive Selenite. It features an  ensemble cast  of French theatrical performers, led by Méliès himself in the main role of Professor Barbenfouillis, and is filmed in the overtly theatrical style for which Méliès became famous.  Credit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Trip_to_the_Moon

A Trip to the Moon (FrenchLe Voyage dans la Lune)[a] is a 1902 French space exploration surrealist silent film directed by Georges Méliès. Inspired by a wide variety of sources, including Jules Verne's novels From the Earth to the Moon and Around the Moon, the film follows a group of astronomers who travel to the Moon in a cannon-propelled capsule, explore the Moon's surface, escape from an underground group of Selenites (lunar inhabitants), and return to Earth with a captive Selenite. It features an ensemble cast of French theatrical performers, led by Méliès himself in the main role of Professor Barbenfouillis, and is filmed in the overtly theatrical style for which Méliès became famous.

Credit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Trip_to_the_Moon