Playfully Respecting Serious Work: Google's Thriving Campus in Dublin
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Playfully Respecting Serious Work: Google’s Thriving Campus in Dublin

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When you see so many colors integrated in playful offices, the main brand that comes to mind is Google. Today we would like to give you a tour of Google’s thriving new campus, located in Dublin and designed by Camenzind Evolution in collaboration with local firm Henry J. Lyons Architects. The giant 47’000 m2 workspace currently represents the Google EU Headquarters and is part-time home for employees coming from more than 65 countries and speaking over 45 languages.

The values of the brand are carefully mirrored by the impressive amount of interiors; ‘Apart from innovative office spaces, the Masterplan required the successful organization of a multitude of additional functions, such as 5 restaurants, 42 micro kitchens and communication hubs, game rooms, fitness center, pool, wellness areas, conference, learning & development center, tech stops, over 400 informal and formal meeting rooms and phone booths and so on“. Each level of the newly constructed Google Docks main campus building has a special theme, reflected through different materials, colors and shapes. Our favorites: BE GREEN, expressing Google’s ecological focus and @HOME dedicated to giving employees a cozy, friendly work environment.

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