Dezeen Agenda features Google’s New York headquarters

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The latest edition of our weekly Dezeen Agenda newsletter features the opening of Google’s headquarters in New York. Subscribe to Dezeen Agenda now.

Architecture studios CookFox Architects and Gensler have adapted and restored a 1930s rail terminal, transforming it into a headquarters for Google.

The building, which will house the technology company’s North American operations, is located in New York City.

Heatherwick Studio set to turn “extraordinary” BT Tower into hotel

This week’s newsletter also featured Heatherwick Studio’s plans to turn the BT Tower into a hotel, the finalists for this year’s edition of the Mies van der Rohe Award and Swedish designers Gustav Winsth and Alexander Lervik’s unveiling of a chair that was designed using virtual reality.

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