The Entrance Lobby
This rendering shows the entry lobby of the proposed Landings building. Once at Landings, visitors can easily connect to the rest of campus through one of several walking and biking paths. Consolidated parking sits below the building, helping Google reach its goal of Net-Zero parking.
Under the Canopy
Within the canopy, building segments operate like furniture — light, tactile and reconfigurable. These segments form small villages where employees can work or relax.This rendering shows the inside of the proposed Charleston South building looking west.
The Public Plaza
This rendering shows the west side of the proposed Shoreline building. The canopies along Shoreline Boulevard open onto a public plaza with retail spaces. Along the street, buildings are two or three stories, with taller areas toward the center of the structures.
The Canopies Open the Buildings to Nature
This rendering shows the northwest corner of the proposed Charleston South building. Large, translucent enclosures blur the boundaries between inside and out. These canopies regulate climate, pollution, and sound, while freeing spaces from traditional architectural limitations like walls, windows and roofs. Cafes and local shops on the lower levels open into interior open walkways under the canopy.
A Solar Canopy and Community Bike and Pedestrian Trail
This rendering shows the Green Loop, a circuit for bikes and pedestrians that weaves through urban and natural areas. A solar canopy produces energy and also protects bicyclists from the rain.
Google's Proposed Campus
This bird’s eye view shows Google’s proposed new campus and its surroundings.