Video: Tower design enables touch-free movement for occupants

Automation and tech synergy will be the hallmarks of the 43,200 sq m, 190 m tall 2 Murray Road tower when it is completed in Hong Kong. Smart technology and design will create what the designers refer to as a “contactless pathway” so that workers can move from the sidewalk outside the building to their desks — or between rooms and floors within the building — without touching a thing.

The architect for the building, Zaha Hadid Architects, is working with Arup’s Sustainability Team in Hong Kong on the design of these contactless elements. “The U.S. Centers

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