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Think your awesome tech office has everything? Guess again.

Bet it doesn’t have a huge ball pit.

Creative agency, Pearlfisher in London, constructed a room filled with, yep, 81,000 balls.

“The idea was to create an interactive installation that promotes the power of play,” Karen Welman, the firm’s founding creative partner, told Fast Company. “It is well known that kids learn through play, but arguably as adults we don’t make enough time for it or neglect it altogether. Jump In helps to promote the idea that play is also important in the work place, and that actually interspersing play into the working day is good for productivity as well as creativity.”

The exhibit is free and open to the public, but it is so popular that it is fully booked at the moment. Visitors are also encouraged to make a small donation, which Pearlfisher then gives to charity.

Once you check out the faces and joyous leaps into this pit of happiness, you will definitely be lobbying your company to get one.


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