Theme: lifts and escalators
After a prolonged period of stalled similarity, the vertical transportation industry is finally in a state of flux, as leading companies such as Otis, Kone and ThyssenKrupp seek to surpass each other with radical new ideas and concepts to suit and drive the buildings of tomorrow Bureaucratic red tape is stifling inventive design in all aspects of the European building industry, especially in the vertical transportation (VT) area, where every elevator looks very similar to the next - ...
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