Take a visual tour of Google's office in Tel Aviv
With interesting themes, game rooms and even a sauna, this office is more like a city.
Restaurants. Video games. A gym. A slide. Forget wanting to work here — we'd like to live here.
In short, Google's office in Tel Aviv is 86,000+ square feet of awesome. Occupying seven floors in Electra Tower, this unconventional office space houses the company's engineering, sales and marketing teams. An additional floor of the building is the base for the local Google "Campus," a place where entrepreneurs and developers can boost their startups.
Designed by Switzerland-based Camenzind Evolution alongside Israeli teams from Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal, the offices were awarded the first LEED Platinum certification of their kind in Israel.
The architects worked with a group of Israeli Google employees to decorate each floor with a theme inspired by the diverse culture of Israel, from surfing to street markets.
With ample space for sitting, talking, eating, drinking and even playing board games, the office is a haven for creative minds. Sure, the offices still have more traditional, open work spaces — but employees don't have to go far for a friendly game of Foosball.
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