Microsoft holds its brilliant pioneering reputation with yet another breakthrough that is sure to start a new trend in the corporate world – the Treehouse Meeting Space. It gives the Microsoft people reason to look forward to their meetings and brainstorming sessions. It puts them in a calm, relaxed mood as they have to take a leisure walk to the Treehouse Meeting Space, under the canopy of trees and the scents of various floras, creating a magical environment conducive to creativity.
The Treehouse Master strikes again
The genius behind this treehouse is Pete Nelson from the popular TV show “Treehouse Masters”. He definitely lived up to the title as people enjoy the balance between the powerful connectivity and high-end technology that keeps them capable of handling business processes while allowing themselves to be embraced by nature and all its wonders. A squirrel running round in search for lunch, the sound of fruits dropping from time to time, a rustling of leaves as furry friends feed their curiosity and their hunger – all Mother Nature’s ways to remind the people that such small wonders can relieve the stress of a busy, intellectually demanding day.
Happy Treehouse Friends
When working, people tend to talk be in a hurry to meet deadlines. However, the treehouse seems to transform everything and everyone. After swiping their badges at the sturdy, secured arched double door, people seem to just be quiet, pause for a while and breathe in the atmosphere of pure nature. The sights, the smell, even the feel seem to change them. They stop talking and seem to enjoy the chirping of the birds, the rustle of the leaves, and it seems like a cloud of pressure suddenly lifts up. And there was Treehouse
All in all, there are three treehouses of this kind and are made to last for up to two decades. That’s not all, though. The excitement of this structure never ends. These treehouses are actually designed to grow with the trees. Now, those are changes that people will definitely look forward to.
The treehouse is mainly designed with “creation” in mind. There is no A/V equipment in the treehouses so such presentations just have to stay indoors. However, these meeting spaces are most likely to become a fertile ground for creativity, happiness, and focus.
The Microsoft Commitment
Creativity and inspiration kick in different times for different artists. However, it seems that a quiet, relaxing, and pressure-less setting never fails to give people ideas.
The Microsoft Commitment aims to continuously create new ways and make innovations to make computing and communication more efficient so it aims to spark creativity in its employees, keep them happy, and keep them focused. No matter how people say that their computer, their mobile devices, and internet connectivity contribute to their happiness, nature still plays an even bigger role especially when giving such chance. People tend to focus more when it’s quiet and the mind seems to wander yet come back with exceptional ideas when it comes back. Microsoft hits three birds with one stone with the Treehouse Meeting Space… your move Google!