Creating The Hearst Tower In Four Easy Steps

  1. Hire Lord Norman Foster.
  2. Wait until Lord Foster gets the idea from R. Buckminster Fuller and designs a ‘diagrid’ curtainwall wall.
  3. Construct the beautiful 46-story tower on and in a 1928, six-story historical landmark.
  4. Market the ‘Green’ aspect of the tower. Oh! And make the grand lobby space inaccessible to the public while you’re at it.

What a disappointment…

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3 responses to “Creating The Hearst Tower In Four Easy Steps

  1. You got that right… Point #4 is right on the money!

  2. “He lends his name to a family of complex Carbon structures called Buckminsterfullerene also known as Bucky Balls???” HAHA.

  3. You know exactly what I’m talking about, Brian! Been there, done that, huh?

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