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Game developers at the Santa Monica video game company have no shortage of distraction—or decor.
Headquarters at the Sheboygan, Wis.-based insurance company includes a 65-foot indoor ferris wheel.
A rock wall helps relieve tension and recharge mental batteries during busy days at the software maker.
Naps are encouraged for developers of computer aided design software in San Rafael, Calif.
Camden Property Trust
The Houston-based apartment complex owner and manager has cutting edge offices.
Capital One Financial
Open conference and meeting rooms allow transparency at the financial services company.
Sleek offices for the Silicon Valley tech giant include concrete and wood details.
The custom printed T-shirt retailer has a swank headquarters in Fairfax, Va.
An atrium in its Minneapolis headquarters lets employees of the food and cereal maker enjoy meals and breaks in a peaceful setting.
The colors of the media and tech giant’s logo are used in the design of many of its offices around the world.
Hyland Software, creator of OnBase
Fancy a mid-afternoon shave? A barber is onsite at this maker of content management software.
Games inspire developers who work at this creator of financial and tax prep software like Quicken and QuickBooks.
Navy Federal Credit Union
A sprawling and lush campus in Pensacola, Fla. befits the largest credit union in the U.S.
O.C. Tanner Company
This provider of employee recognition programs and HR services has colorful offices in Salt Lake City.
Plante & Moran
The Southfield, Mich.-based auditing firm’s headquarters has an airy open design.
The online mortgage lender’s fancy digs in downtown Detroit pay homage to the Motor City.
Arcade or office space? Developers at this video game maker are always playing while they’re working.
Robert W. Baird
The employee-owned financial services firm’s offices have sitting areas with sliding glass doors.
The leading developer of customer relationship management software is in the middle of expanding its headquarters in downtown San Francisco to accommodate its fast growth.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
A lush courtyard at this pediatric hospital in Memphis, Tenn. lets hard-working staff enjoy the outdoors.
Boston Consulting Group
Employees of the global consulting firm’s offices in New York can share personal photos on a wall.
Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco has plenty of distractions thanks to a game room.
Working long hours? Naps can be taken in the Palo Alto, Calif.-based software company’s cloud room.
Whole Foods Market
Workers at the grocer’s headquarters in Austin can work on laptops anywhere in the office.
Who wouldn’t want to take a dip in a box of balls during the workday? And, with a camel lifeguard.
An abbreviated version of this story appeared in the March 15, 2015 issue of Fortune.