This video of London's Shell Building from 1963 presents a rather glossy vision of what office life was like 50 years ago.
In a time before hot-desking, laptops, and email, this video provides a fascinating look-back to when the Shell Centre was brand new.
Innovations include an extraordinary mail room, where containers of letters and papers are addressed with a code, sent via compressed air to one of 44 stations and then on to the right recipient.
Then there's the mechanised typing pool, where 'girls' (no women or men or boys here) work on audio typing for six or so (presumably male) executives they never need to see face-to-face.
To avoid the 'chaos' predicted if all 5,000 people arrived at what was then Britain's biggest office block the same time, workers' start times were staggered, with some people starting their days at twenty to nine, and others starting at five minutes past.
Can you remember the last time you enjoyed a three-course lunch, paid for by your company, in the office canteen?
Then there's the on-site art gallery featuring work by your artistic colleagues; an office swimming pool; sports facilities including a rifle range, snooker room, squash courts, and more; plus an on-site hairdressing salon.
We can't quite decide if this is the best thing ever, or slightly terrifying.
Being able to get your hair sorted and get changed somewhere private before a big night out, that isn't in the cramped ladies loo, would be kind of amazing.
But spotting your boss in their swimming kit by the pool, or feeling you had to do archery after work with the right people in order to get promoted... maybe not so much.