Inside Google’s New Tel Aviv Office
Google opened a new office in Tel Aviv in December last year.
The office—that takes up eight floors of the Electra Tower—features an eclectic range of design aesthetics that make up the various rooms and floors.
Known for office designs that break from tradition, each of the floors in the search giant’s new office has its own theme, and has been propped with all sorts of furniture and elements—such as trees and picnic tables.
Google’s Tel Aviv office was designed by Camenzind Evolution in collaboration with Israeli design teams Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal.
Currently, the Google Tel Aviv office is applying for LEED Platinum certification—a first in Israel.
[via Business Insider, images via Itay Sikolski]
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