A view of Google's new proposed office building in Mountain View. The building is up for review by the city.
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By Hilary Brueck
March 15, 2016

The engineers at Google might be heading back to summer camp.

The company just revealed plans for a new office building that are up for approval with the city of Mountain View, Calif., and they look a little more like a tent city than an office park.

A view of Google's new proposed office building in Mountain View. The building is up for review by the city.
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The new plans come after Google lost out to LinkedIn on a bid for more space in Mountain View last year, the Silicon Valley Business Journal reported. That plan would have given Google enough turf for a massive, glass campus with modular, moveable buildings.

But Google’s latest design, for a single two-level complex, is a bit more campy.

The fitness area at Google's proposed building.
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In documents released to the city, Google describes the “canopies” over the building would help regulate temperature, air quality, and sound at the new office.

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The plan also includes a green path weaving through the middle of the nearly 600,000 square foot complex along with a garden that would hide the utility plant.

A hilly garden outside Google's new proposed complex hides a utility plant.
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It seems the tech giant topping the list of Fortune’s best companies to work for remains big on letting its employees roam free.

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