Google's New Amsterdam Offices Are Extremely Dutch

Super creative offices and workspaces! The masters of quirky office space are at it again. this time it's their new Amsterdam offices!

This Art Nouveau newel post is at the bottom of the staircase in the New Amsterdam Theatre, New York, designed by the Norwegian architect Thorbjorn Bassoe and made by the Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Co. of New Jersey in 1902-03.

tile and terra cotta Art Nouveau newel post is at the bottom of the staircase in the New Amsterdam Theatre. Designed by the Norwegian architect Thorbjorn Bassoe and made by the Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Co. of New Jersey in

New Amsterdam, Island of Manhattan - my dutch family migrated here. Also found Hyde Park, NY

New Amsterdam, Island of Manhattan - my dutch family migrated here. Also found Hyde Park, NY

Map of New Amsterdam, 1660. Magdalena Dircks-Rosencrantz is my 10th great-grandmother, Christine Vigne-Volckertszens  (11th) was her mother. Christine's mother (12th) was married to Jan Jansen Damen, Christine's step-father.

Map of New Amsterdam, Magdalena Dircks-Rosencrantz is my great-grandmother, Christine Vigne-Volckertszens was her mother. Christine's mother was married to Jan Jansen Damen, (Step Father Pictures)

The Fall of New Amsterdam, by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris. Peter Stuyvesant (left of center, with wooden leg) stands on shore among residents of New Amsterdam who plead with him not to fire on the English warships.

The Fall of New Amsterdam, by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris. Peter Stuyvesant (left of center, with wooden leg) stands on shore among residents of New Amsterdam who plead with him not to fire on the English warships.

secesia: “ The New Amsterdam Theatre, 1902-1903 by Herts & Tallant, New York City. ” | JV

this would be in my private theatre----Art Nouveau; The New Amsterdam Theatre, by Herts & Tallant, New York City.

Shandaken Bake | New Amsterdam Market, New York

New Amsterdam Market (farmers market) NYC. Our man, Mr Craig Thompson of Shandaken Bake

New+Amsterdam | New Amsterdam: The Dutch Trading with the Indians

Schenectady nests in a bend of the Mohawk River at the head of the Mohawk Valley, just west of the confluence of the Mohawk and the Hudson. In the seventeenth century, this is where Indian and Colonial trade goods moved by canoe.

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