Downward-Facing Capitalist Dogma

Downward-Facing Capitalist Dogma

WE’RE IN THE LOBBY of a large office building in West London. The atrium rises to four storeys, each in gloss white with oak accents. There are high-backed chairs around shiny black meeting tables, each with its own pendant light. On one side of the floor is a large, warehouse-like room dedicated to small firms, with tech and lifestyle startups typing in silence. On the opposite side is a sprawling set of desks and studios for larger businesses; above there is a mezzanine with meeting rooms. And on one side of the space, taking up at least a quarter of the total area, is a yurt.

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