Google's new Sunnyvale campus plans revealed
The Mercury News reports Googlers will get from floor to floor via walking, cycling or rollerblading. Guess the architects forgot to Google stairs, eh?
SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA —Search giant Google is set to acquire five acres of land to build new offices on the site of an old U.S. Air Force Base.
The company will construct a Google campus that'll include two large office buildings at the site. According to San Jose newspaper The Mercury news, one of these buildings will be five stories high.
Concept designs illustrate how the office design incorporates floor to floor, inclining slopes.The Mercury News reports this will allow workers to get from floor to floor via walking, cycling or rollerblading.
Google says the new premises could house 4,500 employees.
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