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Architecture February, 4 2013

Google’s Stunning Tel Aviv Offices

Google, never one to cut corners when it comes to office architecture, has given us a sneak peek into their Tel Aviv offices. The new office spans 8 floors and could pass for a small city with its gym, restaurants, private rooms, and chill-out areas.

More than half of the space has been specially designed to allow for maximum communication possibilities, creating a collaborative and diverse work environment. Of course private desk areas are available too, drawing a clear line between open, collaborative areas, and singular, private ones.

3 restaurants are on-site to choose from including kosher, non-kosher dairy, and non-kosher meat. Sustainability plays a big role in the building’s infrastructure too, with the building currently awaiting LEED ‘Platinum’ Certification – the first of its kind in Israel.

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