Google project profile

bauhaus recently completed a workspace design and furnishing project with Google on the company’s satellite office in Frisco, Texas.

Google’s primary goal with the 7,000-square foot space was to achieve a flexible, fun, collaborative and creative workspace environment.

This project was unique for bauhaus, as the project involved working with numerous product lines to furnish its various workspaces. One line used for the project was the Future Perfect. The balloona table from the line is made out of stretched balloons.

The Future Perfect Balloona Side Table is one piece that highlights Google’s eclectic and fun taste in workspace design.

To complete the Google workspace project, Knoll also developed custom solutions to help Google achieve their goals, including a table with casters on the legs, providing flexibility to move tables around. This table has been adopted into the Knoll Antenna workspace collection.


Another product used in Google’s new space is a floral chair from Anthropologie. This is a product line bauhaus would not typically use to furnish clients’ spaces, but the chair reflects Google’s creative and eclectic design style.

In keeping with Google’s outside-the-box corporate culture, the company also included a relaxation room in its new Frisco office, complete with a massage chair.

Google’s new satellite office in Frisco, Texas is designed to create an environment that promotes creative thinking and generate ideas.

The architect bauhaus worked with on this project was lauckgroup, a Texas-based “interior architect firm driven to find highly imaginative design solutions that satisfy human, physical, technical, aesthetic and functional needs.”

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