“As with all other architecture and design, the way we make our offices offers an accurate reflection of our values, and not a formula for improving them.” A review of Nikil Saval’s Cubed in the New York Review of Books.
Elise Liu is an intern for The Millions. She's worked as a management consultant for various American and European companies and one African government. Her website is eliseliu.com and she tweets @eliseliu.
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