With the help of ZGF Archictects, Google has turned the famous Spruce Goose aircraft hangar in Playa Vista into offices by building a four-story structure within the hangar’s wood walls.
The new white structure looks distinctly Streamline Moderne-inspired, like an ocean liner. That connection would be a fitting nod to the building’s background—businessman and aviator Howard Hughes enlisted shipbuilders to create the hangar back in the 1940s.
Google is using its new offices for Youtube and Google workers, along with a variety of other employees.
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