Christine Songco, a technical project manager at Google, invited me to visit Google’s San Francisco office today which opened just over a year ago and is located on The Embarcadero with a beautiful view of the Bay Bridge and San Francisco Bay. Several people who work out of that office, including some old friends, joined us for lunch, which of course at Google is always a great experience.
Some of the projects that operate out of Google San Francisco are Google Code, Google App Engine and Google.org, the philanthropic arm of the company.
As with Google’s main headquarters in Mountain View, photography is restricted for the most part, but I was able to take a few photos in the lobby and of Google’s slide between floors (in fact I came home with a souvenir scraped elbow from the slide).
See Previously: Googleplex, Headquarters of Google
photos by Scott Beale