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Posted by  Per Corell on September 26, 2002 at 03:05:59:

In Reply to:  Re: Disappeared Buildings posted by Jacques Pochoy on September 23, 2002 at 14:26:17:

Hi.
This summer an old friend of mine, living in the most lovely Funkis building asked me to contribuate with drawings for a project of his.
An old Cinema were acturly buried within the building that in a way was build around this, but a supermarked some 30 years ago bought the cinema used a third of it and occupied the rest of the ground floor, leaving the balcony and the stage as unused volumes within the building.
Now even these arears was in the center of the most expensive place in this town these emty spaces was left for some 20 years unused, caused by the demands of the supermarked it were kind of sealed of ,as there were no entrance to this old gost cinema ,and I was then asked to come up with a few suggestions to make the remains of this Cinema work as he planned a small new combined city theater and cult cinama , ------- so not all nice things get torn down, somtimes they are buried and will raise again ;))
Please check the Yahoo groupe I used to hand him the graphics and idears I could come up with .

 
 
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