Helmut Berger plays the title role as a loner tormented by unrequited love for his cousin, Empress Elisabeth of Austria Romy Schneideran obsession with the music of Richard Wagner, and excessive state-funded expenditures. Saturday, June 16, 1: As in similar Hollywood-plays-itself melodramas such as Sunset Boulevard and The Bad and the Beautiful, Bellissima both romanticizes the power of celluloid dreams and delivers a cuttingly cynical takedown of the industry. Sunday, June 10, 3:
Everything here - from the kaleidoscopic tunnel we walked through to the giant Lego blocks scattered around the office - screamed ideas and daring to be different. Giant Lego blocks definitely make for a different kind of office chair Great things have come out of this idea space and they lined our path as we entered the office, like banking chatbots and virtual customer service officers.
Work Spaces With the lively and fast-paced environment, it was obvious that the DAX office took their cues from start-up culture.
Post-its brightened the place with a multi-coloured frenzy, while project groups, featuring DBS staff from different departments, were seated together in a roundtable manner - perfect for the impromptu scrumming or brainstorming session.
The inverted gardens in their pantry were not only visually stunning but also set up to give an impression of things not playing by the rules - something every design thinker should challenge themselves to do.
CORN Management Internship programme and they work in groups to devise prototype solutions, with a majority being tested and implemented within the bank. The vibe here was all wood panels and greenery - completely different from the casual and colourful culture at DAX, but calming and conducive all the same.
First Impressions With chill tunes emanating from its speakers and high ceilings overhead, a step into Google was a literal step into the ultimate workplace. Google definitely takes first impressions seriously, with its lobby decorations following a monthly theme. It was Local tourists perception as the basis Month when we visited, so rainbow colours and the Google pride symbols greeted us as we entered.
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The entire Google office was all high ceilings with no clear level demarcations. This made the whole office appear as one cohesive block, rather than a disjointed collection of different floors.
Work Spaces Switch on productivity mode at cafes scattered around the office Google adopts a hybrid model when it comes to their working concept. Fixed working hours are also unheard of here.
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Tons of kampong spirit here! Google departments are sorted according to real Singaporean neighbourhoods. The cafes were whipping out strawberry lattes and pink cupholders for Pride Month!
Fully stocked micro-kitchens are scattered all around the office for a grab-and-go treat Breakfast buffets at Trattoria! There are 2 major food spaces and get this: Start your morning right with a healthy Mediterranean breakfast from Trattoria, before stopping by Shiok - the main lunch area serving up an international buffet and desserts - for a hearty local lunch.
Suspended bird cages in Shiok add an old world charm Employees congregate at Shiok for their Friday get-togethers where founders Larry and Sergey appear through a live feed, before dispersing for a Friday night pint in the Games Room.
Potted plants and vertical gardens created a soothing environment we knew would cut the stress level of any frazzled employee. Forget Around the World in 80 Days - with the office laid out according to the cities of the world, you can take a trip round the world in less than 80 minutes.
Grab a cuppa at the Big Apple Bistro in the North America Zone before having an impromptu meeting at a coworking space in the Europe zone.
The Euro Skylight Cafe is a favourite among employees for its dramatic skylight and floods of natural lighting. The cafe also doubles as a place to wind down, with a paludarium on one side emitting calming water sounds - not to mention the free vending machine food as an added bonus!
Work Spaces No stereotypical pigeonhole desks here. Departments are not closed off from one another ala separate rooms or even floors. Rather, the entire office only takes up 1 floor with sections divided visually, creating an impression of greater openness.
CAG employees are free to vote on how they wish to make use of the coworking space in their zone, either by adding bean bags, one-upping it with writable walls and couches, or even transforming it into this mini amphitheatre.
Individual teams also organize a 3D2N local or overseas bonding activity every year, boosting morale and giving employees a well-deserved break.
Here, no one owns a desk - hot desking and collaborative work spaces are the order of day. Work Spaces The culture at Microsoft is an impact-driven one, with flexible working hours where productivity is measured by the work you do and the results produced, rather than simply reporting to work on a daily basis.
A seminar-style meeting room decked out with huge electronic screens for video conferences Microsoft is the future of offices: Cool Toys Many groundbreaking inventions are tucked away in the office, like this nifty facial recognition application that can track your age, gender and mood.
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