Amazon’s new offices in Cambridge come with an indoor rainforest, a balcony for golf and a 3D display made up of hundreds of the firm’s Alexa voice assistants.
The new office, which will create hundreds of new jobs, is located in Station Square close to Cambridge train station.
The 60,000 sqft building is expected to open in the autumn and will house more than 400 workers.
The office has an ‘Alexa wall’ – a 3D display made up of hundreds of the voice assistants
Amazon is due to open a new headquarters in Cambridge, by the railway station, in autumn
The top floor boasts a café that has a balcony overlooking Station Square with a practice putting hole
The new office even boasts a rippling wall made of hundreds of Alexa voice units
The state-of-the-art office features a rainforest wall made out of spongy green material shaped to look like small trees and blue LED lights that wind through the display to represent the Amazon River.
The top floor boasts a café that has a balcony overlooking Station Square with a practice putting hole for those wanting to play some golf during their lunch break.
The office also has an ‘Alexa wall’ – a 3D display made up of hundreds of the voice assistants.
The 60,000sq ft building is located in Station Square, next to the city’s main railway station
It is believed it took a week to install the rippling, metallic wall.
The design scheme throughout the office features pink, blue, neon yellow and other vibrant colours.
Amazon has previously said employees working at the office will be further developing devices such as the Kindle, Fire tablet, Fire TV Stick, Echo, Echo Dot and the new Echo Look, as well as the Alexa voice service.
The online delivery giant’s existing development centre in Cambridge’s Castle Hill will focus on the development of Prime Air, Amazon’s drone delivery system.
There is a practice putting green on the top of the new Amazon building in Cambridge