Ample green space, bicycle infrastructure, sunlit offices and meeting rooms. A massive gym and a cafeteria that can feed 15,000 people. Indoor/outdoor space, a solar array, underground parking. If you've ever been curious to see what it's like inside Apple's "spaceship" campus, here's an excellent and succinct video tour of the place.
Filled with factoids and foibles (projected to cost $500 million to build, the actual bill came out to $5 billion), the video shows you the good and the bad of what it would be like to work there. From what I can see it looks mostly good, with much of it being fantastic:
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Those bikes are definitely not there. :)
I want to the visitor center a couple years ago (some of the shots in the video are of the visitor center, not the spaceship btw). But even the visitor center was amazing, exquisitely designed, no detail over looked. You could stare at the main ring building but can't see too much. Most surprising is that it is in the middle of a neighborhood, so you're driving by regular middle class homes, then take a turn, and boom!