Google’s new HQ design ditches concrete for flexible glass structures

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Google just released a proposal for its new Mountain View headquarters and it’s looks like the future.

The plans feature flexible structures with translucent canopies that can expand and change depending on the needs of Google’s teams. The company also says the new layout will include bike paths and plenty of opportunities for local restaurants and shops.

The brought together architects Bjarke Ingels and Thomas Heatherwick for the project.

Google was expected to reveal its plans for its new headquarters in Mountain View this week, according to the New York Times. The article noted that local residents may not be happy about the potential changes. Since its beginning in Mountain View, Google has grown from a small team to an army of over 20,000 people and some are worried that the company is putting a strain on the city’s resources — like housing.

Source: Venturebeat - Read the original article here

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