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"Modern buildings are designed to flex in earthquakes, to dissipate the energy without failing. So the IAC building mentioned above, would fare much better than the old building of Chelsea Market in a big earthquake. The IAC building would flex and has superficial damage, while the rigid Chelsea Market would have far more serious structural damage."?anon [How Does NYC's Starchitecture Fare in an Earthquake?]