See what I mean?
(via Pleated Jeans)
…is inside that box.
Actually, I can relate. I have an entire home furnished with unopened IKEA furniture.
Google’s London headquarters in Victoria boasts a revamped engineering floor called L4 that could be one of the trendiest workspaces on Earth. In addition to comfortable offices designed to be completely stress free, employees are treated to video game consoles, a giant screen TV, a pool table, gym, sound-proofed music room with drums and guitars, a “Coffee Lab” which serves 19 blends, as well as four free restaurants – including a tapas and sushi bar.
Nelson Mattos, Google’s Vice President of Engineering, says: “We hire the brightest and best engineers in the UK and put them together in a highly creative, relaxed and exciting environment.”
Obviously. Check out some additional photos after the break.
Bruce Rosenbaum and Walter Parker designed this “Steampunk Time Machine Antique Master Bathroom Computer Workstation” using Victorian-era bathroom fixtures including a ribcage shower, toilet and pipes. The piece will take part in an exhibition entitled “Steampunk: Form and Function: An Exhibition of Innovation, Invention and Gadgetry” hosted by the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation in Waltham, Massachusetts.
If you’reÂ claustrophobic, chances are you’re not living in the city to begin with, which is a good thing – especially if you’re on a limited budget. The video after the break shows a dude giving a tour of his 78 square foot apartment in Manhattan, which he pays $750 a month for. He seems to have done a really good job organizing his space, but has no kitchen and has to share a bathroom with his neighbors. F that S.
Back in February, Facebook announced that they were opening a new campus in Menlo Park, in a facility previously occupied by Sun Microsystems. In that time, a great deal of remodeling was done, tearing down internal walls and creating a warehouse look with exposed air ducts and concrete floors. If you’re interested in checking it out, they recently uploaded some photos of the 57-acre, 9,000 person campus which you can view after the break.