Gaining rare access to the Goldman Sachs building, Channel 4 News decides to looks inside some of the most famous offices world-wide.
So which can you name? Answers at the bottom of the page:
a) A nice simple design, these tech giants reinvented the way humans interact, then made megabucks when they were floated on the stock market.
b) These tech giant remain true to their roots, founded at Harvard University, their headquarters is more like a student campus than an office.
c) Search your way around these offices in London. Floors are named after London Underground stations and colourful corridors are home to branded red phone boxes.
d) One of the finest interiors in London is used for regular meetings and conferences. In this room a committee meets once a month to discuss the economy.
e) Investitures, banquets, memorial concerts, performances of the arts, government and political leaders, this hall has it all.
f) With abundant daylight, generous common spaces and plenty of distractions, this office space watches the world come to life.
g) Refurbishments of these historic rooms happen on a regular basis. Input from a prominent wife often helps guide the decisions of the committee and curator.
h) This building is much larger than it appears from its famous front door. This grand staircase and a network of corridors joins offices, conference rooms, and family homes.
i) You might be used to seeing the colour purple every night at 7pm, but this office desk is where it all happens.
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a) Twitter, San Francisco, California. b) Facebook campus in Menlo Park, in California c) Google in London d) The Bank of England, London e) Buckingham Palace, Ballroom f) Youtube, San Bruno, California g) The Red Room, White House h) The Grand Staircase, Downing Street i) Channel 4 News news room