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How Architects Are Already Planning the Future of Offices

Source: The Wall Street Journal

5-22-2020 | News

By Fred Bernstein

After 9/11, I worried about the future of the Empire State Building. Would anyone want to work in what had suddenly become the city’s tallest building and thus a possible terrorist target? If not, how would the great Art Deco skyscraper, which was not just a symbol of New York but of the aspirations of architects everywhere, survive?

I’m worried about the Empire State Building again. This time the question is whether anyone will want to work in a building narrow lobbies and compact elevators, where social distancing will…

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