Google London Office: Remodeled

A few months ago, Google unveiled their renovated offices in London’s trendy Soho district.  The finished product looks like an office space fit for Austin Powers.

A few things we are crazy about:

We love the two tone color blocking on this chair.  The high back looks like it would provide privacy for taking a phone call, or from hiding from a pesky coworker.  Style AND function, that’s what we like to see!

I wonder if Google got a deal from The Voice for ordering the stationary leg option…

This couch is just what we need for an intimate cocktail hour with our closest friends.  The color is fresh and the lines are clean and smooth.

We love these nooks with built in booths.  We would love to see booths break out of the restaurant business and spread their wings to other locations!  And the curtain is the perfect touch for secret meetings and impromptu games of “7 Minutes” (two agenda items that frequent the halls of UnBranded).

This rainbow chair looks funky and comfy!  Who wouldn’t want to take a conference call in this nest?

The ultimate retreat.  Wall to wall velvet.  Need we say more?

This looks like the perfect hideaway to get some real work done.  And since the mystery of how to recycle the cardboard coffee carriers is solved, efforts can be refocused to another project!

What a lovely patio for office brainstorm sessions, outdoor lunches, or in house cocktail hours.  The stone chairs and tables positioned in the grass are cool and minimal.  And who doesn’t love a classic picnic table?

In all, the Google London office showcases some amazing furniture pieces.  It’s certainly given us at Unbranded Designs a starting off point for customizing our own space.

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