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by Emily Nonko last modified Aug 30, 2012

by Emily Nonko In an age where offices come with ping pong tables and private conference rooms are built with transparent glass walls, the company building management company WeWork seeks to create something even more collaborative and fun. Along with architecture and design firm Studio Dror, they are designing a New York City office space, called WeCross, to foster cross-pollination between design, architecture, and technology companies.




 

 

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by Emily Nonko

In an age where offices come with ping pong tables and private conference rooms are built with transparent glass walls, the company building management company WeWork seeks to create something even more collaborative and fun. Along with architecture and design firm Studio Dror, they are designing a New York City office space, called WeCross, to foster cross-pollination between design, architecture, and technology companies.



 

 

 
 
 

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