No elevators needed... to go down at least. Turbine Hall in Britain has a five story slide and four smaller slides visitors can use to travel between floors.
Visitors will be able to sit in canvas sacks and slide from the fifth floor to the ground, accelerating to 30mph. Three chutes depart from each of the main levels.
Höller said: "Going down can be like being under the influence of a drug, a thrilling experience, but it is also a fast and efficient way of getting from A to B. It's a playground for the body and the brain. It's art and it's not art."
Höller's proposition is that slides could and perhaps should be incorporated
into existing architecture and future buildings ... because the frequent act of sliding could bring about untold changes in our everyday behaviour and outlook.