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Google Takes It Up A Notch With New Tel Aviv Offices

Google Tel Aviv offers a music room, a full gym, a slide to get you from one floor to the next, and an epic view

By: Daniel Koren
Published: June 25th, 2013 in Business » Israel
Google Tel Aviv

Google has outdone themselves yet again.

The illustrious masters of the tech industry, known for designing their offices with poise and originality, have brought their brand of modern-era office spaces to Tel Aviv.

Google's offices, which are often replicated, never duplicated, offer a glorious presentation of style and modern technology. Not to mention the fact that employees who need to take a break have a variety of fun and interesting activities to choose from.

The Tel Aviv offices contain a Lego room, a full gym, a music room, an amazing rooftop balcony that overlooks the Mediterranean, and a slide between floors.


And with the kind of weather that is consistently sunny, hot and in the upwards of 30 degrees Celsius, it perfectly compliments Tel Aviv's beautiful skyline.

For lunch, the Google offices offer kosher dairy, kosher meat, and non-kosher choices from three nearby restaurants, accommodating people of all religious practices.

The office space in Tel Aviv was designed by a Swiss firm, Carmenzind Evolution, along with designers Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal. It consists of 8,000 square meters that take up eight floors of the renowned Electra Tower.


Only the 7th and 8th floors are occupied by Google, however, with the remaining floors providing space to 'Campus Tel Aviv.' Opened in December by Prime Minister Netanyahu, the Campus is presented by Google for Entrepreneurs, and provides a base for start-up companies, entrepreneurs and developers in the region. It's only the second Google 'Campus' in the world.

The Tel Aviv offices are currently awaiting LEED 'Platinum' certification, which awards buildings that are environmentally friendly.

Take a virtual tour of the office below:

Related articles: Google, Tel Aviv, Camenzind Evolution, Google Office, Israel, Google Tel Aviv, Technology News
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