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Modern open-plan office with vibrant graphics adorning the walls, featuring a communal wooden table, sleek metal chairs, and ample shelf space with colorful storage units; natural light enhances the room's urban loft aesthetic.

Google Code Next

Google Code Next is a place for learning, and so much more.

Size 6,000 sf

Location New York, NY

Services Architecture, Interior Design, Lighting, Strategy

Sectors Ark, Education, Spark Studio, Technology

Specialty Studios Ark, Spark

Collection Google

Spacious coworking space with wooden bleacher-style seating and central staircase, featuring a vibrant wall mural. The area combines casual meeting spots, communal wooden tables, and is populated with young professionals engaging in collaborative work.

Google Code Next is the tech giant’s New York City–based educational space dedicated to introducing middle school students to computer science and critical problem-solving skills. Designed to inspire learning and creativity, Code Next offers a dynamic environment where students can tinker, explore, and expand their networks within the community and with Google. The program aims to nurture students into becoming effective, ethical leaders while addressing the technology industry’s diversity challenges. Emphasizing the mantra “Think. Make. Lead.,” Code Next is a part of Google’s broader strategy to cultivate a diverse future generation of tech innovators and problem solvers, ensuring the tech industry’s growth is inclusive and representative of the world we live in.

A specialized space for middle schoolers to learn computer science and problem-solving skills.

Finalist – Interior Design Magazine Competition, 2021

Aims to nurture ethical leadership, expand networks, and increase diversity in tech.

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