41 Cooper Square Elevator Won't Stop at all Floors

 - Oct 13, 2009
References: cooper.edu & dezeen
It is no secret that the population of North America is becoming increasingly doughy. To help combat this health issue, the 41 Cooper Square Building for the Cooper Union in New York is being designed so the main elevator only stops at the first, fifth and eighth floors to increase students’ physical activity.

The 41 Cooper Square building was designed by Thom Mayne of American practice Morphosis. It houses the college’s three schools teaching art, architecture and engineering.