A paternoster elevator lacks most of the essential qualities that we associate with elevators: it never stops for passengers and has no doors or buttons inside or in the different floors it serves.
Until recently, in the event that a building did not have an elevator and you wanted to install one, it was necessary to submit said process to a vote among the owners. What happens now?
What conversations can we have in the elevator, which ones are appropriate and which ones should we avoid in this short trip? Below, we offer some ideas that may be indicative to overcome this compromising moment.
The purpose of these new rules is to provide greater safety, both to the users of the elevators and to the technical staff that is responsible for their maintenance.
Considered the number of bad luck par excellence, both literature and the world of cinema have made, through horror films and novels of the same genre, the dark stories that revolve around this digit are increasingly popular.
Why do we behave strangely in elevators? It is a question that we rarely ask ourselves, perhaps because we are simply not aware of it.
There are people who do not remember what they have dreamed of and others who can detail every thing that appeared in their dream. The world of dreams and the subconscious is complicated, unexplored, inexact and infinite.
The elevators had been so far, simple means to move comfortably through floors and also to carry heavy objects. Now, they have come to sell us what we can not even imagine.
Recently, a replica of the Rome Coliseum's lift was put into operation, after no less than ... fifteen hundred years! This curious event is a good opportunity to go back a bit about the origins and history of the elevator. Here we tell it.
How many times have we entered an elevator and realized that we were not all that well-groomed? Have we ever seen in the elevator if we fit the pants that we premiered that day?