Inside Google’s quirky headquarters in Zürich, Switzerland

Google Zurich Office - Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti

Welcome to Google's expanded Zürich headquarters! Truly, I never imagined the original Zürich office could be topped in terms of coolness, but they one-upped it again!

Because, just when you thought going down a slide to grab a free lunch was rad, they invented the wine cellar meeting room! Or maybe the jungle office grabbed your attention, but how about a Wild West inspired saloon?

These days, employers have to go to increasingly great lengths in order to attract the brightest talent. Google has been pioneering the idea of combining workplaces with fun, but others like Amazon (or even Unilever) are not lagging far behind.

Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti

Swiss architect firm Züst Gübeli Gambetti was tasked with transforming a four story extension to Google's original building into a unique and vibrant workplace.

Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti

The ground floor of Google Zurich is reserved for common areas, such as the reception, cafeteria with dining hall, a bar (!), a conference room and a gym.

Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti

The top floors house 430 work spaces, several meeting rooms, micro kitchens, phone booths and spaces for informal gatherings.

Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti

The new Google building in Zürich features an airport lounge, a public bath inspired office, and even a coop@home concept store which allows employees to virtually shop:

Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti
Architect: Züst Gübeli Gambetti(All pictures copyright by Google Switzerland)

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