Sick Building Syndrome: Perhaps The Skyscraper Was Not Modern Enough:
So before he got sick at the office, Edna Mode’s favorite architect Mies Van Der Rohe got beaten to the punch by era-defining skyscraper, “Lever House” in 1952.
The minimalist giant-steel-ice-cube International style went gangbusters and was copied just about everywhere.
Then a few decades later, we all inherited an accidental invention from these sealed curiosities: Sick Building Syndrome.
But today with the advent of the Human Microbiome, safety experts are finding something even more sinister: The Office Micro-Biome…Read More >