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Google NYC Hidden Bookcase Doors - Search Engine Roundtable

Did you know Google's New York City office building had several hidden rooms, hidden behind secret bookcases that swivel open based on your pressing the right button? Well, not sure on the button part but it does seem some of the bookcases rotate to unlock a secret room at Google's massive New York City office.

Tarah Feinberg from iCrossing shared a picture of such a door on...

Secret Bookcase Door

EDIT: For everyone commenting on the gap at the bottom, please understand that I was replacing the floor in the hallway, and there was a large gap there to a...

nr4428 nr4428 says:
How do you make a hidden bookcase door?
I am trying to put a hidden bookcase door in a wall that will be 3 foot wide and 80 inches high. It will hinge in to a storage area. The shelves will be six inches deep. Looking at it, one would think it was a bookcase not a hidden door. Any...
tmarschall says:
I built one just like you described, I wish it was as easy to describe the construction however. I will give it a shot. I hope you are good with geometry, the dimensions for the width have to...

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