Nikil Saval

author, 'Cubed'

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Author of Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace

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More than half of us spend most waking hours in cubicles, and most of us would rather not. So, if we hate working in teeny boxes under fluorescent lights so much, how did we get here?

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More than half of us spend most waking hours in cubicles, and most of us would rather not. So, if we hate working in teeny boxes under fluorescent lights so much, how did we get here?

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