MOLA were appointed in July 2019 as lead Architects to deliver the Design and Interior fit-out of Google’s new headquarters in The Hub building, Warsaw. MOLA led the multinational design team and delivered the project of 22,000sqm across 3 Phases. The accommodation spread over 14 floors provides circa 1250 open plan desks. The design delivered multiple unique spaces: a 200-seater Café; an extensive gym with support studios; a 150 seater auditorium (which entailed cutting out 300sqm of pretensioned slab); a dynamic reception complete with experience centre and product demo space. Other highlights include the calm Library, the zen Wellness area, 14 distinctive Micro kitchens, over 20 individually themed nap rooms, the exciting UX Lab, the inventive Makers room, a press room, and games rooms galore. Walking around the Hub on a typical work day, it is easy to see the space appeals to its users. It is both a thriving workspace and social space.

The final project was successful in achieving LEEDv4 Interior Design + Construction (Gold level).
Winner of 2022 Fit-Out Awards for “Best International Project”.



Client: Google
Size: 22,000sqm
Value: Undisclosed
Project Duration: 2019 – 2021
Project Team Client Google
Architect/Designer: MOLA Architecture
 Project Manager: Cushman & Wakefield
Quantity Surveyor: CBRE
M&E Consultant: ARUP
 Acoustic Consultants: ewkAkustika
Main Contractor: Tetris (Phase 1 & 2)
Muniak (Phase 3)
 Specialist Sub Contractors: JW+A – LEED Consultants
Piotr Oledzki – H&S Consultants