Leading companies like Google can’t afford not getting noticed. The company’s new London headquarters occupies the Central St. Giles Building in the city’s Covent Garden area. Welcoming employees with a true London feel displaying Union Jack-covered walls, this themed fresh concept spreading over 160,000 square feet offers London-inspired design alongside beautiful city panoramas. Imagined by PENSON Group as a fairytale land bedecked with reclaimed and recycled materials that tell stories of the town’s past, Google’s new PENSON-designed offices are split between a Town Hall meeting space seating 200 people, a cozy Granny Flat area showcasing rocking chairs underneath lampshades and a green submarine-inspired design with noise-proof doors marked “Do Not Turn to Open”. Google’s new London Offices have 1250 desks and 1250 meeting chairs prepared for collaborations, but also¬†Secret Gardens on the roof, so I’m inclined to think this could just be the stress-free productivity everyone’s talking about. What do you think?