The Airborne Hq
For the 21st century corporation, a company's physical space in a city or suburb will be inconsequential to the needs of its network space. The Internet will make virtual networking commonplace, but the needs of corporations to partner and team on a global basis will require more travel, not less, more meetings, not fewer. Even now, CEOs spend more time on planes than ever before. Meetings increasingly take place at airports, with first-class and business lounges being used as offices. New York-based Asymptote Architecture extends the trend to the extreme and suggests that future corporations should actually locate at the airport.
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