If any startup were to get away with having real beds—not even nap pods—in their office, it would be Casper, one of more than a dozen companies trying to change up the mattress game. Indeed, the startup, which offers mattresses that come delivered in a box, recently moved into a new two-floor space in the Flatiron neighborhood of New York City.
Taking cues from the soft tones and thin lines of the company’s ubiquitous subway ads, the space designed by local studio Float is airy and cozy, with gentle colors like blue and orange accenting built-in cabinetry and furnishings. Also featured prominently are exposed brick ceilings and walls and an apartment-like town hall area with plush sofas and light wood shelving. But, of course, what really caught our attention a blue module with three real beds (complete with built-in shoe cubbies), which seem like fab spots to take a nap—or take a meeting.