Squeeeeeeky floors at the art museum

Another note on the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago: they recently installed new floors this winter on the second floor. I’m not sure what material they are made out of, but it’s kind of a plastic rubbery material. When you walk on it, your shoes squeak SUPER LOUD. It’s soo loud that it almost overtakes the artwork. But they have to be all cutting edge and not use the traditional wood or carpet.

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amy beth
20 years ago

you KNOW they did that on purpose to be obnoxious. someone got the contract to make the doors and forgot their WD-40 at home

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