David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour||The pods are named after classic arcade games (this one’s Frogger)|Flat-packed Pods exemplify the non-structural nature of Google’s fit out|Inside the Tron pod, with its mix of contemporary and recycled furniture|The Deli, a more rustic alternative to the boy-tech interiors elsewhere|Scaffolding-pole shelving, suspended over height-adjustable desks|Built-in seating for quiet time. Yes, ladies work for Google Engineering too||
24 Jun 2013

Google Engineering HQ by Penson

Words by Helen Parton

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