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The Spectacular Google Tel Aviv Offices

As you know, Google’s offices and headquarters all have dynamic and colorful designs and decors. That’s because the company focuses on creating a comfortable and happy environment and these designs reflect the concept perfectly. At the end of December 2012, Goggle Israel opened its offices in Tel Aviv and they are just as spectacular as all the other Google offices we’ve presented so far.

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The Tel Aviv offices can be found in Israel and they have a total surface of 8,000 square meters. The project was developed by Swiss design team Camenzind Evolution and it was a collaboration with Israeli Design Teams Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal. The offices occupy 8 floors of the Electra Tower in the center of the city. Not only that their interior design is eye-catching and marvelous, but the location also offers magnificent views across the sea and the entire city.

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Almost 50% of the entire space has been dedicated to communication and interaction. As these concepts are very important for the company, a diverse environment was necessary. The offices feature both private desks and work station as well as areas where collaboration, interaction and team work are encouraged. These areas are visually separated so privacy is not an issue.

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As in the case of all the other Google offices and headquarters, each floor has a unique design and identity. This diversity also illustrates the essence of Israel as a nation. The employees can choose here from three restaurants that offer non-kosher, kosher dairy and kosher meat, each with its own theme and design.

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One of the 8 floors is actually a campus space opened by the Israeli Prime Minister and that’s powered by Goggle for Entrepreneurs. It’s a sort of base for start-up companies and it’s the second Goggle Campus in the world.{images by Itay Sikolski}.

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Posted in Office Design Ideas on February 19, 2013

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