Google offices are often a place where work dreams are made, and the Singapore headquarters is about to get a dose of Canberra design.
Local industrial designer Tom Skeehan last year designed the Hoshi collection, a series of minimalist chairs inspired by Japanese design, for furniture company Stylecraft.
Once the folk from the search-engine giant laid eyes on the Hoshi armchair, "they loved the product and they just thought it really fit".
"I designed that range to definitely target the Asian market and expand into that," Skeehan said.
"It's designed to be made here in Australia using our manufacturers but styled in a very minimal way that I think could kind of grow outside the Australian audience."
Stylecraft, which has an office in Singapore, are working with Google for the fit-out of its Singapore headquarters.
The chairs are currently being manufactured in Australia and should take pride of place in the Google office in around six weeks.
Word is, another social media giant in Singapore is also in talks to put in a "significant order" for the same chair.
Skeehan is not long back from Milan where he made a statement alongside 11 other Australian designers at Milan Design Week.
He's off to Melbourne in June for trade event Denfair, and has his sights set on cracking the US market next year.