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.