A Giant Canopy Is at the Heart of Google Campus Redesign

A Giant Canopy Is at the Heart of Google Campus Redesign

The more compact Google workplace hub is still a marvel of cross-social collaboration

Leo Lutero
  • 21 march 2016

Last May 2015, Google only secured a single plot of land out of the original plan of four from the City of Mountain View Council, as a response, Google, with Bjarke Ingels of BIG and Thomas Heatherwick of Heatherwick studio came up with a new vision, first reported by designboom. It follows Google’s original plan of giant canopies, modular spaces and integration with the local biosphere.

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