Photos: A glimpse into Facebook Singapore’s newly renovated office
September 19, 2012 by Terence LEE
Facebook Singapore opened up its newly renovated sales office to the media yesterday. The office features a mish-mash of different themes. Graffiti created by local artists line the walls of the pantries and offices, along with replicas of shophouse shutters and windows. Blue lanterns adorn the ceilings.
These familiar local elements are mixed with what has come to define the quintessential Facebook office: Posters encouraging employees to “move fast and break things”, a wall for visitors and staff to write messages, and red industrial pipes that signify a company in constant evolution.
Photos from our visit below:
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