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On the outside, the Hazard building looks like an old warehouse--which is exactly what it was, before it got taken over by the first ever owner of Hazard magazine, Thalia Zellweger, in 1958. But the place was significantly renovated, and it gets a nice revamp every few years. Now, the inside looks very modern, riddled with minimalist furniture and bright colours. The ground floor has reception, employee cubicles, and a break room. The second floor has private offices for the editor and deputy editor, a conference room, a more private, lavish meeting room for interviews, and a photography studio. The building covers more area than it does height, and the exterior can only be identified as the famous Hazard magazine by a large sign at the top.
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