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10 Gorgeous Office Campuses That Will Make You Hate Your Office Even More

Sometimes while commuting to office, we tend to glance at offices and feel a pang of envy at the sublimity of it. You so wish you could work somewhere beautiful. Here's a list of 10 such office campuses.

10 Gorgeous Office Campuses That Will Make You Hate Your Office Even More:

  1. Noida (Uttar Pradesh)
  2. Bangalore (Karnataka)
  3. Gurgaon (Haryana)
  4. Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  5. New Delhi (Delhi)
  6. Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
  7. Hyderabad (Telangana)
  8. Mysore (Karnataka)
  9. Mumbai (Maharashtra)

1. Adobe Headquarters, Noida

Adobe Headquarters, Noidasource: abplive.in

Software giant Adobe's headquarters in Noida is situated on an independent plot that spans a total of 2,00000 square feet. The design of the building is in keeping with Adobe’s international brand colours and contemporary approach. Bright colour schemes, innovative designs and abstract structural facades are characteristic of the fun and vibrant work atmosphere within. HolidayIQ Traveller Sagar Ogra from Srinagar shares, “New Okhla Industrial Development Association! Noida being one of the NCR cities is a WOW place, it is centrally located and has everything from temples to malls and sightseeing to bird watching!”

2. UB City, Bangalore

UB City, Bangaloresource: wikimedia.org

UB City is the biggest luxury commercial property project in Bangalore, spanning across 13 acres. This UB City built on 13 acres of land and hosts 1,000,000 sq ft of group offices, high end commercial and retail service apartments, restaurants, commercial offices, banks, food courts, health clubs and cafes. UB City has four towers namely, UB Tower (19 Floors), Comet (11 Floors), Canberra (17 Floors) and Concorde (19 Floors). HolidayIQ Traveller Koel Khera from Mumbai shares, “Such a lovely place to visit. Great place to just window shop. Everyone who loves shopping, Bangalore is a great place. UB city is a must-visit."

3. The Twisted Bata Building, Gurgaon

The Twisted Bata Building, Gurgaonsource: bata.com

The unique piece of architecture is composed of glass panels on one another in a twisted manner. The most distinctive feature of this building is the glass cube structure right next to it which seems to have fallen but that's how it has been constructed. A head turner for sure. HolidayIQ Traveller Nikhil Bansal shares, “There are so many restaurants to visit and sightseeing places like kingdom of dreams are an icing on the cake. Cyber hub looks like a totally out of the box place and it is beautiful at night time. For people who love to drink and eat it is the place to be. Kingdom of dream also runs stage shows which are really entertaining and exciting.”

4. Shree Cement, Jaipur

Shree Cement, Jaipursource: vegmomos.com/

The Pink City also approached modern infrastructure and thought out of the bag as the city got its high-tech structure studded with LED. The company, dealing in the raw materials for construction, itself owns a marvellous office that adds to its status. HolidayIQ Traveller Ayan Shaikh from Ahmedabad shares, “I had been to the pink city and you will find every building to be pink colour. There are many mahals like hawa mahal, jal mahal etc and you can see mummy in albert museum. You can visit Jantar Mantar as well as mughal garden in this city. You must visit once.”


5. I-Flex Solutions, Bangalore

I-Flex Solutions, Bangaloresource: flickr - Ajith Kumar

i-Flex Solutions building has a bizarre design, superb state of the art real estate in Bangalore architecture and infrastructure. The building has a floorspace of over 144,000 square feet and has a dedicated block for customer care services and development activities. It accommodates more than 1,500 employees and is not only an architectural wonder, it also espoused efforts in energy saving such as special provisions for natural light and more.

6. The South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre, New Delhi

The South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre, New Delhisource: re-thinkingthefuture.org

The fortification of SAHRDC office with a masonry wall was designed to block the intrusive acoustical and visual problems of having an office on a busy street corner. The wall screen allows ventilation and daylight to pass through while producing the imagery of south asian brise-soleils (slanted cross-section to reduce the effects of the sun’s glare and city noise). Apart from the design the twirling vertical stacks of bricks are a treat to the eyes. HolidayIQ Traveller Kumar Kumar from Hyderabad shares, “This is a such a great place to visit and if you go with your friends and family it will also be a great fun for everyone. If you visit New Delhi you must visit India gate, red fort, Connaught Place, Jama mosque, Lotus Temple, akshardham Temple, the raj ghat, five sense etc. There are so many thing to do, you will be busy with shopping in the New Delhi as there are so well known markets for everything you need.”

7. Tata Consultancy Services, Siruseri

Tata Consultancy Services, Siruserisource: glassdoor.com

If you think that's extravagant, you need to see the Tata Consultancy Services campus in Siruseri. The new $200 million IT Park in Siruseri, Chennai has been designed by a Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott to house a staff of close to 30,000.

8. Fisheries Department Building, Hyderabad

Fisheries Department Building, Hyderabadsource: http://laughingsquid.com/

The giant fish shaped office of Fisheries Department is sight like no other in Hyderabad. It is said that the four-storey building is inspired by a giant fish sculpture in Barcelona, presumably the 1992 monumental sculpture Fish, by Frank Gehry. HolidayIQ Traveller Raju Sakinala from Hyderabad shares, “Hyderabad is the ideal place for to see historical places. We gone through this place last week. It was very pleasant ride to see the places of city like Birla mandir, golconda fort. We had a happy days that time. Then we went to the hotel and we moved to shamshabad airport. It's one of largest airport in India. It is simply superb.”


9. Infosys, Mysore

Infosys, Mysoresource: wikimedia.org

The Infosys campus redefines the meaning of grandeur in a true sense. This sprawling campus located on the outskirts of Mysore city is boasted as the 'World's Largest Corporate Training Centre, with capacity to accommodate 14,000 trainees at any time. HolidayIQ Traveller Jason Francis from Bangalore shares, “If you are a very religious & historical person then this place would be your perfect destination. Beginning from a place named Srirangapatna which has many historical and religious places and also the Mysore Palace where the Wodeyars had ruled and are still. Also for sightseeing they are places like the Mysore forest, KRS, etc. If you are planning for a peaceful holiday then Mysore should be your choice!”

10. Cybertecture Egg, Mumbai

Cybertecture Egg, Mumbaisource: architecturelive.in

It's an egg-shaped building in Mumbai. Cybertecture egg office brings together iconic architecture, design and intelligent control systems. The scheme comprises 33,000 square meters of office space stacked in 13 stories with highly intelligent building management systems. HolidayIQ Traveller Harsh Shah shares, “Mumbai is an awesome city. Gateway of India is an awesome structure which was built by british. But now it's considered as tourist place. Marine drive was also a mind-blowing place to get peace. Sanjay gandhi national park is also situated in Mumbai.”

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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