Microsoft employees can now work from tree houses

Damn...can't seem to find my resume. How freaking cool would that be!

One tree house, nestled in the bows of a Pacific Northwest Douglas Fir on the company's Redmond, Washington, campus, serves a meeting room. It features a round skylight that lets in "just a bubble of blue" and is more "Hobbit than HQ" according to a post on a Microsoft Blog.

There are three treehouse in total — two that already open and one, a sheltered lounge space, that will open later this year. Open to all employees, they were built by Pete Nelson of the TV show "Treehouse Masters" who Microsoft said began the project by "connecting with the trees for hours."

The structures are part of a new system of outdoor work spaces on Microsoft's 500-acre Washington campus. The spaces are all Wi-Fi enabled and have benches with electricity plugs. 

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