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A tour of Google's funky new Los Angeles office [Photos]

November 4, 2011 |  2:43 pm


Google christened its new Los Angeles office on Thursday night with a party that featured top executives, L.A. glitterati and a speech by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.

The company let visitors wander the 100,000-square-foot complex, a set of buildings designed by architect Frank Gehry and recently refitted with oodles of Googlesque flourishes. That means cafes, snack and juice bars, game rooms, a top-flight gym and plenty of whimsicality.

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Photo: A hallway in Google's new L.A. office bears many of the famed Google doodle logos from the past and present. Credit: David Sarno / Los Angeles Times