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19th Century Factory in Madrid Turned Google Campus

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Google offices are really special and this conversion is not an exception. A 19th century building now houses 7,000 members and 50 start ups. Following Google’s principle of playful and relaxed working environment there aren’t conventional offices or conference rooms and the color schemes were inspired by Spanish pa inters like Picasso.

Google Campus Madrid

The industrial interiors were left open, filled with natural light, and filled with lots of formal and informal spaces for different start ups. Meeting booths and rooms are enahnced with an on-campus cafe and convenient desks and seats and sofas.

The first Google campus was created in London to bring together 100 start ups to promote tech business in Europe. Its design bears similar principles of open meeting spaces and unusual decor.

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