Another day, another way Google continues to spread its domination both online and offline. They've called on architecture firm NBBJ to design a new 100,000-square-metre campus in southeast San Francisco. It's the first time Google has ever designed their own offices from scratch, and it will be twice the size of their main Mountain View hub. 

As is the case with many new office designs, including the one Steve Jobs designed for Apple in Cupertino, the interior layout was made to encourage a "casual collision of the workforce," and therefore, new idea generation. Go Google, go.

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[via Dezeen]