Kone’s carbon-fiber UltraRope technology is an alternative to steel cables in... Read more
The first issue of the first student-led magazine at The Bartlett School of Architecture explores how spectacular architecture has turned ubiquitous and everyday buildings have in turn spurred an extraordinary interest in the mundane. Read more
A system of linear motors moves elevator cabs up and down, and side to side,... Read more
A U.K.-based start-up is developing technology that live-streams outdoor views... Read more
A self-contained elevator unit with an integral machine room. Read more
Intelligent Tilt Alignment assists with tilt and lift positions, independent control of blinds, and preset heights and tilt angles for blinds. Read more
By adapting an elevator cab's energy consumption to a building's traffic patterns, PORT seeks to reduce energy usage Read more
As long as they’re in working order (and timely enough), elevators don’t get much consideration from their users. That’s because a firm like Lerch Bates has already done the hard thinking. Read more
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Zaha Hadid Architects
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Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)
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