25 November 2013

A Look Inside Google’s New Brightly Colored Offices In Madrid

London-based architecture practice Jump Studios has recently completed the redesign of Google’s headquarters in the Spanish capital, Madrid.

The redesigned office features a multicolored space with color-coded meeting rooms, and private workspaces tucked behind wooden arches.

It spans over two floors in a prominent high-rise in Madrid’s city center.

Mindful of the local heritage, the timber arches on the second floor that separate the workspace around the outside of the floor from meeting rooms and cubicles for private work reflect traditional Spanish architecture.

In a statement from the studio, "The office spaces now boast a higher degree of flexibility and functionality, which fulfills the aspirations of the client who wanted a unique and friendly workplace with local character,".

[via Dezeen]