Future of Work

Hybrid work? An expert reveals what a hybrid office looks like

Hybrid work space? The traditional office won't work Image: Photo by Israel Andrade on Unsplash

Arjun Kaicker

Co-Head of Analytics and Insights, Zaha Hadid Architects, Principle, Kaicker Consulting

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