Google Amsterdam Office In The Netherlands

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The famous Google Amsterdam office in The Netherlands went through an extensive renovation project and reopened its doors once more in January 2014. The renovation was carried out by a company called DDOCK, whose experts managed to transform the 32,291 square foot office into a lively, comfortable and pleasant working environment. For this monumental undertaking, Stevens van Dijck was in charge of the project management, while Mott MacDonald and De Combi Deventer were leed consultant and main contractor respectively.

The interior design of this stunning office was inspired by the famous garage where Sergey Brin and Larry Page put together the first building blocks of Google. As such, the office boasts numerous graffiti elements as well as exposed ceilings and cardboard box lights. One of the highlights of the office is the so-called Tech Talk, which is represented by a 70-seat auditorium.

The refurbishing process involved reusing many of the old pieces of the office and giving them a second chance at functionality. As such, sustainability became a key element in redesigning Google Amsterdam, and this went hand in hand with the choice of non-toxic choice of materials and sustainable facilities.

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It’s a well-known fact that Google offices offer irreproachable working environments for the company’s employees. The Google Amsterdam office is no exception, especially since each and every one of its workspaces benefits from stunning views of the city skyline.

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The famous Google Amsterdam office in The Netherlands went through an extensive renovation project and reopened its doors once more in January 2014. The renovation was carried out by a company called DDOCK, whose experts managed to transform the 32,291 square foot office into a lively, comfortable and pleasant working environment. For this monumental undertaking, Stevens van Dijck was in charge of the project management, while Mott MacDonald and De Combi Deventer were leed consultant and main contractor respectively.

The interior design of this stunning office was inspired by the famous garage where Sergey Brin and Larry Page put together the first building blocks of Google. As such, the office boasts numerous graffiti elements as well as exposed ceilings and cardboard box lights. One of the highlights of the office is the so-called Tech Talk, which is represented by a 70-seat auditorium.

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The refurbishing process involved reusing many of the old pieces of the office and giving them a second chance at functionality. As such, sustainability became a key element in redesigning Google Amsterdam, and this went hand in hand with the choice of non-toxic choice of materials and sustainable facilities.

It’s a well-known fact that Google offices offer irreproachable working environments for the company’s employees. The Google Amsterdam office is no exception, especially since each and every one of its workspaces benefits from stunning views of the city skyline.

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