The London firm 'Jump Studios' recently renovated a former battery factory in Madrid in order to create the sixth Google Campus. In recent years, co-working spaces have risen in popularity due to the increasing number of tech-oriented startups. This building provides a creative space for entrepreneurs to get their businesses up and running.
The new Google Campus is located in Madrid and supports 50 different startup operations. The building itself is a 19th century battery factory that has been converted into a co-working space. The building contains a mixture of formal and informal spaces that are designed to foster effective communication and collaboration between clients and co-workers. The interior manages to combine industrial features with contemporary design in order to provide a creative environment for those who work inside.
The renovated co-working space demonstrates how architects can combine historical architecture with modern design.