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A Look Inside Google’s Unconventional Bakery Square Offices

Photos by David Aschkenas A Look Inside Google’s Unconventional Bakery Square Offices
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What is really behind the brick walls of that redeveloped Nabisco cookie factory building in Bakery Square, labelled with Google’s colorful logo? Think: hammocks, coffee shops, dining rooms, gaming rooms and pool tables. Created in collaboration with local architecture firm Strada, Google’s office space in Pittsburgh’s East End is playful, unconventional and inspiring with many places to both work and relax. See for yourself in these images by photographer David Aschkenas.


David Aschkenas

David is a self-​taught photographer making fine art and freelance photography for the past 25 years. He has been the recipient of grants from the NEA and the Polaroid Corporation. He makes photographs for corporations, healthcare and editorial clients around the world.

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