Google’s Pittsburgh Office: Penthouse of a 100 year old Biscuit Factory

Google is known for its offices that are designed to enable its staff to be more productive. has a great article with a video and photos, showing how Google’s new office in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania State, US) shines at the penthouse of a 100 year old biscuit factory in the city, thanks to architects from Strada. Assigned with the task of breathing Googleness (check out some of the European offices) into a space that had little to do with technology (or people for that matter), Strada conducted extensive research on how the average “Googler” perceives his office while coming up with the redesign.

Have a look at the site for other photos and a video –

If only I could provide my technicians with an office like this…sigh…


MadMike posted at 2011-2-26 Category: Interesting Finds

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