I so want to work here.
Designed several years ago but just making the blog rounds now is this beautiful office space in Paris, by Christian Pottgiesser ArchitecturesPossibles.
Dubbed "A table through the forest," Pottgiesser & co. turned a 19th-century factory into a multi-leveled wooded wonderland where trees grow through the desks, curves reign supreme over straight edges, and workstations are equipped with what look to be Plexiglas sneeze guards to prevent you from spraying germs all over your co-workers. (Please do not send me corrective e-mails, yes, I know they're "telephone bubbles.")
Pottgiesser's design won the ContractWorld Award First Prize in the Office category in January of 2008.
To see tons of photos of the space, click here.