Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant||The main reception makes a huge impact compared with other companies in the building (and there’s no forgetting where you work)|Architect Scott Brownrigg has squeezed in plenty of communal space as well as individual workstations|A short lease means that Google has spent more lightly on finishes but invested in quality, portable furniture|Two of the beach hut meeting rooms, with Arper’s Catifa 80 chairs and Dizzie coffee table|The fun never stops: video pods are housed inside giant illuminated dice|Bene supplied the workstation desks, while the flooring throughout was provided by InterfaceFLOR|The London to Brighton theme (red phone boxes and beach huts) in full throttle, with furniture from Naughtone, Hitch Mylius and Vitra|Small meeting rooms approached through the Google logo’s giant “o”s||
15 Feb 2011

Google’s London digs by Scott Brownrigg

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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