The concrete floors of the newly opened Pershing Square Signature Center in New York offer an example of how minimalist designs can be "jazzy and mutable." Frank Gehry's design -- in tandem with H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture -- involved creating a "quietly potent new kind of space," which reflects architecture as a once-in-a-while complementary feature of a building instead of warranting every bit of attention, according to this piece.

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