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Here's all the insane stuff that's going to be in Google's new London HQ

Remember when your office got a new coffee pod machine?

There was a bounce to everyone's step, a twinkle in the MD's eye, a sense of purpose as the team united in a caffeinated high. 

Just imagine how ruddy brilliant your nine-to-five would be if you moved into Google's new digs at 6 Pancras Square, King's Cross, London.

With 800 engineers moving in this week, followed by a larger shift of 2,000 employees over the next year, here's what Google's workers will be surrounded by.

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