Just when we were finished drooling over Google's Japan offices, the company's new Dublin campus has us green with envy. Four stories high, the massive building, designed by Camenzind Evolution and Henry J. Lyons Architects, occupies 47,000 square meters. But it's what's inside that makes us really jealous.

With five restaurants, 42 small kitchens, a 25-meter swimming pool, a fitness room, game rooms, and a small putting green, you could actually live in these office. Of course, the building does accommodate work, including 400 meeting rooms designed with different themes to stimulate creativity. In such a lavish environment, how do Google's employees get anything done? Google's success proves that they must be doing something right. They've really got the "work hard, play hard" thing down to a tee. 

[via HUH]