The Flatiron Building's triangular shape, designed by Daniel Burnham, and its location at the junction of Broadway and Fifth Avenue at 23rd Street, have made it a New York landmark. But that grandeur is skin deep: the interior is a warren of awkward spaces that do not easily accommodate modern office furniture or encourage casual collaboration among workers. And the men's and women's bathrooms are on alternating floors.
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