In my latest article for Interior Design, I take you on a tour of the cool new NPR headquarters, expected to earn LEED-Gold. One of my favorite details, which did not make it into the piece, is a vintage wooden telephone booth in the cafetaria. Maury Schlesinger, whom I quote in the piece, is the keeper of NPR’s institutional memory. He found the booth on eBay, decided it was just the quirky touch the place needed, and somehow persuaded the architects to have it ensconced into the ultra-modern design. Every company needs a Maury.