Decorating Ideas Published by Amanda Holguin, Friday, October 28th 2016, 01:59:27 AM.
You might have seen the Google’s office design through the movies. Every Google’s office tries to provide comfortable atmosphere for the workers. A great atmosphere is very useful in boosting up the performance of each employee. This time, we would like to take a look at the Google’s office which is located in Dublin.
The building and interior were designed by Camenzind Evolution. It might have a slightly different design from Google’s New York Office. But it is still breathtaking.
As a trademark, the colorful Google font is placed on the front part in the building. It is where the visitors are greeted cheerfully by the receptionists. To your advantage, you could also sit on the alphabet as it provides you with comfortable cushions. In terms of cafe, the office design ideas provide a colorful and lovely design for the workers. It employs laminated wooden floor. Several colorful wallpaper containing fruity design is also utilized as wallpapers.
The workers could basically work anywhere they like. Even though they are provided with formal office desk and chair, but they are allowed to wander around while doing their job. It is important to respect them as human being which has free will. Besides, it will also boost the workers’ performance when their freedom of mind is not limited by the cubicle. The workers could work in the cafe which provides complimentary drink. This cafe design employs autumn theme as its main wall decoration.
This office is also equipped with several meeting rooms. The meeting room employs rustic rug to cover the floor. It also has large shell wallpaper in one of its facade. The other facade is covered by glass wall, which enables enough natural light to travel inside. The meeting room is equipped by one meeting table which is located close to wall‐integrated presentation screen. This office design ideas for work is also equipped with musical instruments to keep away the working pressure.
“Design is a solution to a problem. Art is a question to a problem.” –John Maeda
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