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Design of Googles offices from around Europe

Google work places are known to be fun! These pictures below, are from different offices around Europe.The work places in Milan, Madrid and Munich were designed byDEGW, a company that usually designs for various Fortune 500 companies, while the one in Zurich was designed by the swiss firm Camenzind Evolution.
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Computer Setups

We have always loved cool workspaces. And we love cool workspaces with computers even more! Here are the latest ones to hit our radar!by BajazetovYou would think this office by M2J2 is an ordinary one…until you take a closer look at his rig.by ChrisMusic fans’ computer setups can be quite heavy…by Jodimarrby Andysometimes, really heavy…by JoeForget the talks about recession and bad economy making Google to cut down on expenses, their office corners just about never fails to amuse us.
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Ultimate Star Wars Room Decor

It is not uncommon for people to have a few collectibles or action figures of their fantasy world idols. But is THIS for real? Don’t say we didn’t warn you about this one. This ultimate star wars fan home by Cho Woong just overflows with collectibles and action figures from the Star Wars saga.The living room with its fancy lights and cool gadgetry might even give movie sets a run for their money.
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Elephant Home Decor: 50 Elephant Figurines Home Accessories

Elephants are loved for their gentle and wise nature, respected by cultures all over the world – popular symbolism often represents elephants as an embodiment of strength, stamina, patience, memory, family, and so much more. Thanks to these qualities, elephant-themed decor is filled with hidden inner meaning and makes a great gift idea for a friend who shares any of the traits that make these fascinating animals so iconic.
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Amazing balconies of Willis Tower, Chicago

Willis Tower, formerly named Sears Tower, is a 108-story 1,450 feet (442 m) skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois. This tallest skyscraper in the United States has four glass box viewing platforms. These balconies are suspended 1,353 feet (412 m) in the air on the 103rd floor. As per reports, the inspiration for The Ledge came from hundreds of forehead prints visitors left behind on Skydeck windows every week.
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