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Peek Inside Google's New Venice Digs, Tattooed In Los Angeles Landmarks (and Google Logos)

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A little birdy from self-adhesive graphics company Blik dropped these photos in our inbox--they show the inside of Google's new Venice campus, which is officially opening today. Blik designed glass and wall graphics for all three buildings (including the Frank Gehry-designed binocular one) depicting Los Angeles landmarks including the Santa Anita Racetrack, the Venice canals, the Rose Bowl, Disney Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, the Viper Room, and our favorite, the John Lautner-designed Sheats-Goldstein House. They also collaborated with architecture firm HLW on "a veritable museum of past Google logos" covering the walls and ceiling of the main entryway, which is pretty cool, but can you play Pac-Man on it?

· Google Moves Into Gehry's Binoculars Building in Venice [Curbed LA]

Sheats-Goldstein House

10104 Angelo View Dr., Los Angeles, CA