DETROIT – Your office is about to be torn up because it desperately needs a facelift. Why endure the racket of power tools? Why muddle through the headaches of moving to temporary quarters? Why stick around to curse the construction workers who are supposed to make your lives better with an “extreme makeover?” Those were the questions asked by staffers at Nissan Design America in San Diego two years ago when the studio was slated for renovation. Their options were to stay in San Diego, ...

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