Message - Re: Further Crit of Dream Team Proposal; an early sketch

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Posted by  Per Corell on September 12, 2002 at 02:57:30:

In Reply to:  Re: Further Crit of Dream Team Proposal; an early sketch posted by d on September 11, 2002 at 18:56:18:

Now the building with the graphic is a rebuild with a building rather than a build-around, ----- but my main issue ware rather to have a more open space right down to the water, where I would find it more natural to build, if the desision in the end would be, to leave the emty site as a memorial park ----- then a beautifull building at the water would be a very different concept ,a task that could be solved.
My argument is that building a replacement for the towers are an impossiple task where a contest about the most beautifull building in the world have been solved before .
Now I know that this could be quite off-topis as who say that the town will need a new opera house or concert place , but this is another vision than what can be put into the design of two new towers that nomatter what, is lost. The natural response are a memorial park _and_ somthing another place, and I wonder if this proposal are more realistic ; I wonder how easy it will be to find clients for the floors of a new tower compared with what a memorial park and a cultural landmark would bring , ---- offcaurse it get even more unrealistic when this mean that the buildings infront the harbour would need to be removed ; but if they was, it would mean a very different contest with a much bigger chance of bringing what everyone ask for.

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