Designer Offices

Companies that want to give their offices an identikit Google-esque makeover should be aware that it doesn’t work for everybody

22nd January, 2017
A social area at the Hostelworld office in Leopardstown in Dublin Pic: Michael Cockerham

With supply beginning to catch up with demand in the office sector, companies are no longer competing with each other for space as much as they are now fighting each other for talent: how to attract the best employees and how to keep them.

To that end, image is everything, and it seems the ‘Google phenomenon’ of über-cool, hip office fit-outs is back.

“Google started the office interiors conversation in Ireland. Before...

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