Everyone’s heard about how Google treats its employees, and most of us can only dream of complimentary buffet styled lunches, exercise rooms and break rooms with video games that its workers have grown accustomed to. Fewer people pay attention to the Internet giant’s dedication to office interior design. Henry J. Lyons Architects and Camenzind Evolution teamed up to construct the interior layout of Google Dublin’s home office, taking the needs of the employees as well as Google’s stellar background and reputation into account. The main area encapsulating the work stations is surprisingly simple, featuring industrial styled embellishments as well as a futuristic flare. Floor to ceiling windows are the only thing separate workers lounging on oversized, neon colored pillows from the sea. Long white benches and tables make up one side of the cafeteria, while a few yellow, burgundy and neon green low back booths appear off to the side.