Microsoft’s new €134m campus in Dublin

23rd February 2018

We’re proud to have worked on Microsoft’s new €134m campus in Dublin, One Microsoft Place.

“The building itself has 3,000 seats spread across open-plan floors and smaller private areas where meetings or phone calls can be conducted. Designed by RKD Architects and Gensler, with BAM as the lead contractor working with Jones Engineering, the building bears a lot of Dublin’s influence, such as through the digital lake and “mountain” representing the bay and hills that border the building. But each area is decorated differently, intended to reflect the 71 nationalities that are working in the Dublin office.”

Check out this great article in the Irish Times. 

Have a look at this video to see the impressive office.

 




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