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May 24, 2022
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The lost art of office furniture peacocking and the growing mental health crisis at work

When Donald Trump was pictured recently sitting uncomfortably at a table that looked like it had been retrieved from a skip, it provoked the sort of sneering commentary about furniture choices last seen when Dominic Cummings popped in to the Downing Street garden to deliver some self-serving blather from behind a rickety trestle table. Both men are routinely described as megalomaniacal and Machiavellian of course, so you would expect a Guardian columnist to sneer. But their choice of crappy, low status furniture doesn’t align with my idea of the right trappings for those sorts of individuals either. I want unpleasantly…
The lost art of office furniture peacocking and the growing mental health crisis at work

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