Saturday, 23 February 2013

New Googleplex in the San Francisco Bay



Recently Google has unveiled a preview of Vanity Fair's new headquarters, which will have an area of 1.1 million square feet or 102,000 square meters. It will be slightly larger than London. It valued about $ 1.6 billion when the construction is completed. This is the first complex built entirely by Google from scratch. So far elsewhere in the world, the search engine has always occupied buildings that already existed.

The local Silicon Graphics in Mountain View or those port authorities in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. Of course, the company has all the improved and expanded but none had so far signed by the firm of Larry Page and Sergey Brin. This will now be done through the collaboration of the architectural firm NBBJ. Construction has already begun and the complex will be completed in 2015, one year ahead of Google UK. The premises will be divided into 9 sections and have up to 4 floors. Each employee will be maximum distance of 2 and a half minutes walk from the employee later.

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