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Here are the renderings of Google's futuristic new headquarters

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Google just revealed a wild proposal for remaking its main office space in Mountain View, California — rather than simply build more modern office buildings, Google is seeking to build some giant glass "canopies" with insides that can be rebuilt and repurposed easily depending on what the company needs. It's incredibly ambitious, and the company already admitted that some of the technology it needs to pull this vision off doesn't exist yet. And even if this does come to pass the way Google wants, the first of these buildings won't exist for another five years.

Nonetheless, Google's plans are impressive and beautiful enough to warrant a closer look.

The following renders and accompanying descriptions come straight from Google's official Google+ page.

This next set of renderings are screenshots pulled from Google's video introducing its plans.


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