Stairs, schmairs…who needs ’em? Not these innovative execs and business owners who harnessed the creativity of artists and architects alike to create a fun, interactive work environment and an eeeeasy alternative to descending the stairs. As Belgin artist Carsten Höller puts it, “going down a slide is not so special in a sense, but it can make you feel like you are participating in something.” If that something is slipp’n and slide’n at work…I’m in!
Tate Modern, London slide…5 levels high. Image: stephenk1977, flickr
Changi Airport in Singapore offers a three-story big kid slide, and a one-and-a-half story kiddie slide. Image: stuckattheairport.com
Technische Universitat in Munich, Germany teaches fun to their students with this three-story slide from the top classrooms to the ground level. Image: gizmodo.com
UK office building understands that productivity can be increased by the silliness of a slide. Image: Ben Terrett, flickr.
This Red Bull office slide is a perfect take off point for their winged employees. Image: jump-studios.com
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