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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.

 

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.



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


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.


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.


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


Façade of Alliance Tower.

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