If you're not lucky enough to work at Disney World, you could work in an office that looks like Disney World. At least that's the kind of office the folks at — an idea incubator in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — get to do every day.
The headquarters is a 60,000-square-feet space where "Creationeers" think up innovative, brilliant ideas. With 16 themed sets for Creationeers to work, this "office" looks more like Willy Wonka's facility in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. There's even a cupcake-shaped kitchen. It's okay to feel very jealous right now, but brace yourself — the photos below will really make you loathe your sad cubicle.
Where "fresh ideas are served daily."
I feel like Minnie Mouse would get her makeup done here, but the Health and Beauty Boutique is where spa treatments and beauty products are put to the test.
People actually work inside of that, can you imagine?
Inventionland says this is the place where inventions really take root.
The Inventionland website says, "If you love animals, then the Pet Shack is where you'll want to take your imagination for a walk."
"State-of-the-art equipment on the ship ensures no ideas are thrown overboard," says the website.
"Though it may look like the dreamt-up design of a children’s fairytale, the Crafty Cottage is home to any new product idea that needs [to be] stitched up with love," says the company website.
The studios have a green screen, edit suites, sound booths, private dressing rooms and a screening room. Inventionland says it's "truly something out of Hollywood."
Packages are made of paper, which is made of wood, which is why there's the log Creativity Cabin. "This is where packaging specialists think outside of the box," says the site.
This robot holds the key to your future ... obsessions.
And here, "every day imaginations are driven to design the transportation creations of tomorrow."
This is the Brainpower Ballpark, where "the hits keep coming."
An "open book of ideas for children's products," the Nursery Nook is also a place where "inventive minds can rest."
This is where new home goods ideas are tested. Inventionland says "designers and their new product ideas are welcome to make themselves at home in the comfortable bedroom, living room, or dining room."
Also known as "truly a place for characters."
"Just as in the whimsical times of King Arthur and his knights, our inspired team of designers and innovators gather in the Inventalot Castle to share ideas and create the new product inventions of tomorrow," says the Inventionland website.