Google Campus is also known as Silicon Roundabout, which is a seven storey even and co-working space in the Centre of London’s Tech City. The project that aims to promote the achievement of London’s tech start up community is run by Google UK incorporation with Tech Hub, Central Working Seedcamp and also Springboard. The facilities functions are not only to host daily events that involve leading entrepreneurship and technology experts, yet it also provide office space for new companies. Besides events that involve entrepreneurs and technology experts, there are also regular events that involve experienced Google staff with constant mentoring programs.
Though activities holds in the Google Campus are made for residents, yet non-residential users may also have access to the available co-working space and cafes on lower ground floor. Creating interplay between its open, dynamic, flexible and intimate working hubs that accommodates different events and shifting workspace by taking unprepossessing seven storey office are quite a design challenge. The architectural focus of the facilities is actually the connecting and opening up lower ground floors, which are planned to host various social functions. In addition, the whole appearance and feel of the building reflects the future nature occupants, young entrepreneurs that just starting up with their new companies instead of establish entrepreneurs with establish companies.