Located in the tallest commercial building in Dublin, the Montevetro, or Google Docks as it is now called, houses Google's headquarters for Europe, the Middle East and Africa designed by Camenzind Evolution. For companies like Google, which require smart, creative and in-demand workers, such offices offer a competitive edge when trying to attract young and intelligent employees. Not all work spaces were created equal – some can reduce workers' morale while others can keep them happy and inspire them to be more energetic and creative. Google is known for its zany office designs, from stroopwafel ceilings to slides to scooters. Welcome to Google's new London headquarters. The team’s focus was not just to make special large workspaces but to find an architectural language that could fit into the local community of King’s Cross and an intense urban context. The 160,000 square foot development features cutting-edge design that offers a decidedly quirky take on the traditional office. Google takes ‘Environment Friendly’ to a new level: Instead of using lawnmowers to mow down the lawn at their Mountain View office, Google decided to go less-noise, low-cost, low-carbon instead, by hiring a herd of 200 goats who graze the grassy fields of Google and keep the weeds in check. Google King’s Cross Following their collaboration to design Google’s new campus in California, Heatherwick Studio and BIG were commissioned to create the company’s new headquarters in London. And you thought your office’s foosball table was cool. Â Historically befitting of Googlian culture, the multi-hued complex boasts office spaces tagged with names such as 'Clown College', 'Funland' and 'Bouncing Castle'.