Google Offices in Milan / AMA – Albera Monti & Associati

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Architects: AMA – Albera Monti & Associati
Location: Milan,
Architectural Project: Giovanni Albera [Principal], Nicolas Monti [Principal]
Project Team: Nicolas Monti [Principal in Charge], Giovanni Albera, Rita Saragoça Saramago Silva Pereira
M.E.P.: Varese Controlli (Stefano Castellani)
General Contractor: ISG Italia
Project Area: approx. 1,800 sqm
Design Year: 2009
Construction Year: 2009 – 2010
Photographs: Bepe Raso

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With this innovative company clever design is essential for an ideal development of its activities, entailing flexibility, more community spaces relative to individual workstations, good quality without indulging in luxury, and environment-friendly investments in better services and support spaces.

© Bepe Raso
© Bepe Raso

Google’s people spend a lot of time in the workplace: it is therefore necessary to provide them with an extremely comfortable working environment and a wealth of benefits (good views and natural light, downtown location, on-site restaurant, game and recreational areas, gym and massage area, showers, etc.), which in turn improve creativity and productivity, and help attract the best people.

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Our design tried hard to reflect Google’s work philosophy and, at the same time, far from being standardized, their office has an unmistakably and typically Milanese design& fashion look.

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Cite: "Google Offices in Milan / AMA – Albera Monti & Associati" 10 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 19 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=87745>
  • marc

    Man…. I wish I worked for Google. I think every company should have Google’s mindset of making their work environment as comfortable as possible. Downtime doesnt necessarily mean lost time!

  • Гусь

    Параша!

  • munter roe

    So this is where I find the mob that invade my privacy.

  • Eliana Braga

    ok, let’s be creative… but how do I feel in this childish enviromment?
    don’t know if everyone would be that creative!
    sorry

    • rupesh chaurasia

      totally agree with u maa’am…