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EW Plans Special Regional Section On Chicago

By Elevator World | February 6, 2021

ELEVATOR WORLD’s March issue will offer a Special Regional Section on Chicago. Look for industry profiles, project spotlights, market trends, and more from the Windy City. There will be bonus distribution of the issue to the top 500 Chicago design/architectural firms, building owners, managers, and developers. In addition, the issue will feature a Special Advertising…

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Art-in-Motion

Art in Motion

By Farid Waleh | November 1, 2020

by Farid Waleh Every once in a while, an architect requires a design that challenges the elevator industry. One such job was the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) expansion in NYC. Originating in fall 2016, with the elevators delivered in late 2019, the job involved a trio of custom units serving a revamped retail area.…

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Cabin Design

By Muharrem B. Çakirer | May 1, 2020

Thinking of design first helps prevent creating obstacles for the disabled, while enhancing accessibility. by Muharrem Çakırer Design is the way to show how beautiful any product can be. As the elevator cab carries people and goods and is the part of the elevator visible to the end user, it is one of the two…

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Loewe Circular Lift

By Lee Dean | May 1, 2020

Careful redesign showcases bespoke panoramic lift. by Lee Dean When Loewe, the LVMH-owned luxury fashion house, planned a new flagship store on New Bond Street in London, developer Loewe Hermanos (UK) Ltd. and architect Loewe Architecture Dept. wanted to make a statement. Taking over the grade-II-listed building at 41-42 New Bond Street (which had been…

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