The Edge, in Amsterdam, is officially the greenest office building in the world. It's also the testing ground for a radical, highly connected new way of working, where employees have no set workspaces and can dial in their individual climate and lighting preferences via an app. Businessweek's Tom Randall got a first-hand look at the inner workings of this office of the future. (Video by: Justin Beach, Brandon Lisy, Alan Jeffries) (Source: Bloomberg) (Corrects company name in video.)
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Right, modern architectures are a bit too unappealing. I'm a techy guy but when it comes to architecture, I'm a bit traditionalist. If this makes everything efficient then it's fine, but if it's not, please hell no. Get this thing out of the architect's gallery.