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Come Tour the Good Housekeeping Living and Dining Rooms

The latest episode of Cubes,—Mediabistro's video series on office spaces—visits the 900,00-square-foot Hearst Tower near Columbus Circle in NYC. Featured: the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, where humanoids in white coats have been testing products such since the early 1900s. Below, please find a respite from the building's signature glass and steel in the Good Housekeeping living and dining rooms, designed as soup-to-nuts replicas of the ones in the original Hearst building (the short, squat, Joseph Urban-designed 1920s building upon which Norman Foster's 46-story tower now stands).

The Video:

· Cubes: Hearst [Mediabistro TV]