WTC's architects regroup

06/30/2003 | Detroit News, The

Minoru Yamasaki Associates lost a third of its business the day after two jetliners flew into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. The company's plans to create the world's tallest building in Sao Paulo, Brazil, were canceled after the terrorist attacks. The architectural design firm's crowning achievement was the World Trade Center towers.

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