There’s working together, there’s close collaboration and then there’s what happened with the new World Trade Center towers. According to sources at Richard Rogers, the practice has been cooped up with Norman Foster’s lot and Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki on the 27th floor of tower seven for the last four months, working on their Ground Zero designs. If that wasn’t ‘tight’ enough, the client, landowner Larry Silverstein, ...
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