Google offices in Amsterdam, have been transformed by the Dutch design firm D/DOCK. The co-founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin started their company in a garage full of graffiti, boxes and old lamps. This inspired the design firm for the creation of offices in the Dutch capital. With 3,000 square meters, the offices are located in the south of the city becoming an interactive space. In principle, all offices offer a spectacular 180º view, so that employees can appreciate the view from their desk. The issue of sustainability was not lost, many furniture were recycled, plus all the materials used are non-toxic. Further, building saves energy and water. The range of colors used follow the Google logo, however colors of the flag of the Netherlands also appear. One of the biggest attractions is the caravan of the 60s that is in the middle of the office.

Source and images Google via designboom

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