Gareth Gardner|Gareth Gardner|Gareth Gardner|Gareth Gardner|Gareth Gardner|Gareth Gardner|Gareth Gardner||Industrial-style storage units hold plywood kitchens, lockers and seating|Storage is customised ny resident start-ups: firms stay around for around six months|A moodily lit breakout space, with Kvadrat fabrics and furniture from Viaduct|A smattering of Lego on the reception desk nods to Google’s brand colours|Bulkhead lighting in this private booth nods to an industrial aesthetic|Each floor holds around 110 staff, although few have designated desks|The former cellular layout has been stripped back||
18 Jun 2012

Google Campus by Jump Studios

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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