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What Does A Billionaire's Office Look Like?

We take a peek into the work space of Megaworld chairman Andrew Tan.
IMAGE COURTESY OF MEGAWORLD
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Megaworld has a stunning new tower in Uptown Bonifacio, the setting of its new corporate headquarters. The 30-story Alliance Global Tower is the work address of about 3,500 employees of the Megaworld group. Each floor is over 2,000 square meters and has either a wellness lounge or a creativity lounge to enhance the employees’ physical and mental wellbeing.

We took a peek into the office of Megaworld founder and chairman Andrew Tan, one of the Philippines’ richest men.

 

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The reception lobby of the executive floor.


The chairman’s desk, which has room for seven guests. The chairman’s boardroom next door can accommodate over 50 people.


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The sitting room for more relaxed meetings. On the coffee table is the first issue of Forbes Philippines with Andrew Tan on the cover. 


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Dining area for the chairman’s intimate lunches.


Each floor has its own pantry. The main floor has a food court with a variety of dining options for the employees. The Great Hall is another dining hall for employees with panoramic views.


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The bar, which includes different whiskeys by Dalmore and brandies by Fundador and Emperador, part of Andrew Tan’s Alliance Global group.  


The entrance to the chairman’s relaxation room; The relaxation room with a view of the city where the chairman can escape to when he needs a few minutes to rest.


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Each floor has a wellness lounge or a creative lounge for employees.


Façade of Alliance Tower.

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