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Sauerbruch Hutton designed the building to harmonize with its surrounding environs. The shape of the building is angled to let the prevailing breezes slip by, reducing uneven air pressures across its surface. The sawtooth façade of the 400,000 square foot
 
Sauerbruch Hutton designed the building to harmonize with its surrounding environs. The shape of the building is angled to let the prevailing breezes slip by, reducing uneven air pressures across its surface. The sawtooth façade of the 400,000 square foot tower controls, with great precision, the amount of air that enters the building.

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