Google’s beach inspired offices revealed

Posted on by Rob Powell

Photographs have surfaced of Google’s colourful new office in central London.

Designed by London-based architects, Scott Brownrigg, the interior design takes its inspiration from Brighton beach, with deck chairs, beach huts and huge posters of Brighton pier.

The doorways from the reception area into the main work area will bring employees and visitors through two large ‘O’s from the Google logo.

Ken Giannini, Interior Design Director of Scott Brownrigg stated: “It is little wonder that Google is one of the most desirable places to work in the UK. We have enjoyed every minute of this exciting project. All the Google staff are up for innovation, brilliant ideas and they like to be challenged. We also recognise that Google is a serious business and demands efficiency, value and solutions that can support their business practices. This project has it all – a fun working environment that also incorporates lots of practical solutions.”

Jane Preston, UK Facilities Manager at Google said: “The first impressions by visitors and our staff has been very positive. The project fits well with our real estate and HR strategy and will definitely help support our growth plans. We see the work environment as a major recruitment factor for us to compete for the best talent and this new office certainly does that.”

The new offices in Buckingham Palace Road will accommodate up to 300 members of staff.

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