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Google is renowned for its ground-breaking ideas, and those brilliant minds at work need a free environment for those creative juices to flow. The company’s new Tel Aviv office spans eight floors of the Elektra Building and the, like all other Google campuses, is a playground for the imagination. Designed through collaboration among Camenzind Evolution, Setter Architects, and Studio Yaron Tal, the series of rooms incorporate a variety of personalities and natural elements characterizing the local city. In one space, black and white mosaic tiles evoking a middle-Eastern flair become an inspirational background; in another space, a scenic landscape wall mural complements stone-shaped lights and earthen textures. Colorful lights and sofas can be found in every corner, and even an inter-floor slide lets Google’s employers easily combine work and play.

© Itay Sikolski

© Itay Sikolski

© Itay Sikolski

© Itay Sikolski

© Itay Sikolski

© Itay Sikolski

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