The search engine giant's new office's interiors retain the flavor of old industrial workplaces.

Google's new Pittsburgh office is built in a century-old Nabisco factory and delightfully retains the feel of an industrial workplace. Designed by architecture firm Strada, the building features huge steel pipes in the interiors along with brick walls and rough all reminiscent of the structure's past.

And like with all Google offices, this one too comes with the usual suspects — a fully equipped playroom, lots of colors and a few quiet spaces to relax. FastCo explains the in-depth research process behind the design:

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