Google’s Israel office breathes ethnicity through 85,000 sq. feet

by Gareth Mankoo

Google strive hard to offer working premises that are beyond the minimalist and sleek. Paying testimony to this fact is the new Google Office in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Designed by Coamenzind Evolution and Setter Architects, in collaboration with Studio Yaron Talm, this expansive 85,000 campus spreads its aura across 8 floors. The company itself claims that this is among the finest developments in their history. The floors are all themed differently and the lunch is offered from three restaurants, offering non-kosher, kosher dairy and kosher meat.’Google only owns the top two floors of the facility but the rest of it is home for its campus. This is only the second campus of Google in the world.’

It takes more than just smart interior knowledge to dedicate 50% area to landscapes. It is said that each section is designed to serve the needs of that department alone.


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