In an age of identity theft and cyber fraud, hacking does not exactly conjure up positive images. But hacking is exactly what national architecture firm Gensler is pitching as a sustainable solution to transforming aging office buildings into more viable destinations for tomorrow’s workers.
“In this sense, hacking is getting into the DNA of the building and looking at how it’s used, while still keeping the fundamental structure in place,” says
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