David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour|David Barbour||Dark walls with illuminated shadow gaps add to the space-station vibe|Workstation bays are colour-coded orange, with playful graphics on the floor|Flooring Concepts’ silver Bolon flooring is perfect for space-age breakout areas|Video conferencing areas feature suspended tables with built-in screens|A “fight pod” meeting room: whiteboard walls encourage doodling|Instead of using primary colours, the logo is spelled out on black PVC|The coffee area: someone sneaked in some fake turf to make it feel more Google-like||
19 Mar 2012

Google Engineering’s London HQ

Words by Laura Snoad

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