The World Trade Center, Tower 1
The WTC tower complex was for decades home to various administrations, banks and corporations. The two glazed towers, resting on a concrete base, build in 1979 was one of the first realisations in the notorious Manhattan Plan. Its lofty floors are typical examples of generic office floors that could be appropriated according to everyone's need. Today, large parts of the building are vacant, in the wake of a new project on the site. In the meanwhile, the available floors offer space for a diversity of temporal uses, ranging from ateliers to IT-workshops, from expo spaces to a rooftop bar.