A couple of months ago Google has moved into new offices in Tokyo, Japan. The building was designed by Klein Dytham Architecture and spans across four phases, each featuring its own style.
Almost every room is different. They are full of graphics, photos, colourful wallpapers and furniture made of variety of fabrics. More or less abstract shapes are to be seen everywhere and while some of them were inspired by Japanese culture, the others refer to Google services. It's easy to spot a giant Android statue, a human-sized Google Maps pin or Chrome browser icons composed into a decoration on the wall. There are also green areas with plants, leisure lounges with comfortable chairs, a canteen and a number of colourful conference rooms.
It goes without saying, that Google's offices in Tokyo don't feel like a traditional working environment - more like a playground. They were designed to stimulate creativity and they certainly do so.