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PwC’s New Atlanta Office Bears a Striking Resemblance To The Trendy Downtown Hotel Where You Take Your Mistress

Let's get one thing straight: I'm a fan of animal print personally but admit I'm a bit baffled by PwC's design choices in its new Atlanta office. Were they going for the Kimpton look on purpose? Let's check this out.

Ummm… that's hot?

OK seriously, leopard print? That works in my living room, not so much what one might expect in an accounting firm lobby. Don't get me wrong, it's sexy, it's just… uhh… skanky? Is that the word I'm looking for here?

The very best feature of the new office is obviously this treadmill/standing desk combo that will help you work off those busy season Cheetos while simultaneously reminding you with each step how much your career resembles the repetitive lifestyle of your hamster running on his wheel. Just think how easy it will be to stay awake on those conference calls when you can't sit down! Now that's utilization at its finest!

Check out the rest of the slideshow from the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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