Posts Tagged ‘work environments’

Lithium headquarters by Huntsman, San Francisco – California

September 19th, 2013

The new facility also supports complete flexibility through a variety of work environments ranging from private to highly collaborative, low to high-tech, and casual to formal all within the constraints of a modest budget. Staff can easily reconfigure furniture, and spaces convert from “heads down” to “social” with simple devices like draperies, furniture screens, or sliding panels.

Google office by Camenzind Evolution & Setter Architects & Studio Yaron Tal, Tel Aviv

February 5th, 2013

Each floor was designed with a different aspect of the local identity in mind, illustrating the diversity of Israel as a country and nation. Each of the themes were selected by a local group of Googlers, who also assisted in the interpretation of those chosen ideas.

Quicken Loans offices, Detroit

January 5th, 2013

Graffiti from local artists decorate the walls and floors, razor scooters zip around every corner, kitchens feature popcorn and slushy machines, and bright colors cover every hallway (even scratch-and-sniff wallpaper is used in our space). And since work should always be fun, there are ping pong tables and a replica Cleveland Cavaliers basketball court.

Googleplex offices, Mountain View

November 16th, 2012

A key characteristic of the Google Campus that makes it so special is its playfulness and just overall fun feeling. The architects noted that Google “valued play as immensely important – allowing employees to treat the world as a massive ground for experimentation.”