At Home with Time Warner

Just before the cable giant takes 16% of its shares public, a vast 'Home to the Future' offers New York a selection of Time Warner products

Striding through the Time Warner Center on New York City's Columbus Circle, Edwin Schlossberg, designer and founder of the firm ESI Design, seems like a man without a care in the world. No matter that he and his team (of around 200) have mere hours left to construct a four-story "building" within the vast atrium of the Center. Covered in 7,500 sq. ft. of transparent fabric, incorporating 50 Samsung liquid-crystal display (LCD) monitors, and lit with a color wash of spotlights and light-emitting diodes (LEDs), the transparent cubic column is the centerpiece of an exhibition intended to inform people about what Time Warner Cable has to offer.

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