Google Office Tel Aviv

Architects Evolution Design
Location: Israel, Tel Aviv
Year: 2012
Area: 81,000 m2
Photographs: Itay Sikolski
Certifications: LEED,Platinum

Google Israel, spectacular 8’000 m2 office in Tel Aviv, is an incredibly inspiring and innovative work environment fo Google’s ever-growing teams of engineers, sales and marketing. Designed by Swiss Design Team Evolution Design, in collaboration with Israeli Design Teams Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal, this Google office occupies 7 floors in the prestigious Electra Tower in central Tel Aviv, with breath-taking views across the whole city and the sea.

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Image by Itay Sikolski


It is a new milestone for Google in the development of innovative work environments: nearly 50% of all areas have been allocated to create communication landscapes, giving countless opportunities to employees to collaborate and communicate with other Googlers in a diverse environment that will serve all different requirements and needs.

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Image by Itay Sikolski


There is clear separation between the employees’ traditional desk-based work environment and those communication areas, granting privacy and focus when required for desk based individual working and spaces for collaboration and sharing ideas.

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Image by Itay Sikolski


Each floor was designed with a different aspect of the local identity in mind, illustrating the diversity of Israel as a country and nation. Each of the themes were selected by a local group of Googlers who also assisted in the interpretation of those chosen ideas,» says Tanya Ruegg, creative director at Evolution Design. Being in Israel, for lunch the Googlers can choose from three amazing restaurants, non-kosher, kosher dairy and kosher meat, each of the restaurants designed to its own style and theme.

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Image by Itay Sikolski


Only 7 of the 8 rented floors in Electra Tower are actually occupied by Google. The remaining floor gives space to the ‘Campus Tel Aviv’. Powered by Google for Entrepreneurs, it is a hub for entrepreneurs and developers, providing a base for start-up companies, and is only the second Google ‘Campus’ worldwide.

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Image by Itay Sikolski


Sustainability played a vital role to Google in the development of their Tel Aviv offices and the project was awarded
with the LEED Platinum certification, the first of its category in Israel.

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