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Is Microsoft’s new campus in Israel the future of the office?

Perfect for a working lunch? Image: Microsoft

Harry Kretchmer

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Large auditoriums are replaced by multipurpose spaces on a ‘flexible grid’. Image: Microsoft
The new building is in a region which experiences almost no rain for months. Image: Microsoft
Spaces have been engineered to encourage intersections and encounters – in safer times. Image: Microsoft
The campus has playrooms to help with families’ work-life balance. Image: Microsoft
Designers wanted to make the new campus a place for workers to unwind. Image: Microsoft

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