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Rapt Studio creates interactive ‘schoolhouse’ for Google’s California headquarters

The classroom, created for The Google School for Leaders, is an adaptable learning space with movable elements at the core of its design Created in

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Why local design is important for global firms, from Google to boutique coworking spaces

Ever order a McAloo Tikki Burger? Or a Stroopwafel McFlurry? Maybe you’ve never heard of the vegetarian burger on the menu at McDonald’s in India

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Google finds new historical hangar home

The Hughes H-4 Hercules is the largest flying boat ever created. Nicknamed the Spruce Goose (though it was actually made of birch), it only ever

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On The Double: Learning to evolve

It is widely said that it is not the strongest species that survive, but the most adaptable. This thinking originally applied to the fate of

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Google: Hacking the box

Even to the “civilian” outside the world of workplace, Google has long been a byword for the next big thing. Its latest development in interiors

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In our December issue: Google’s hackable office, Orgatec and the Embassy of Meat

You catch us fresh off the flight from Cologne with the dust barely settled on another edition of Orgatec. As I mention in my review

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Smart designs for workplace collaboration

Society’s obsession with sharing has birthed a generation of technology geared towards publishing and accessing information as easily as possible. The wearable tech industry, for

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Tech firms search for the perfect C21st workplace

Tech firms’ search for the ideal 21st-century workplace makes a fascinating comparative study. Peter Murray asks, are you with BIG and heatherwick’s radicalism, Gehry’s simplicity

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LinkedIn blocks Google – speaking architecturally

BIG and Heatherwick’s ‘office of the future’ for Google’s Silicon Valley headquarters could become a relic of the past before it even gets off the

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BIG & Heatherwick’s ‘office of the future’ for Google

Bjarke Ingels and Thomas Heatherwick have unveiled a radical design for Google’s Silicon Valley HQ that comprises flexible ‘building blocks’ contained beneath a transparent membrane.

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