Message - Re: WTC: Liebeskind Debate

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Posted by  BRUTUS on October 05, 2002 at 16:48:49:

In Reply to:  WTC: Liebeskind Debate posted by Paul Malo on October 05, 2002 at 15:13:24:

well Libeskind & Nuland & Wieseltier are both partially wrong and partially right in my opinion
Libeskind is right when he said that literature can not replace a true space BUT he is way too wrong if he dare to propose one of his razor sharp mutants on the sacred ground!
on the other hand Wieseltier/Nuland Guruish tendencies for only meditative spots/voids is simply ignoring the continuity of the NORMAL in a livable social space!
well i am a naturally born skeptic,and i strongly feel that Libeskind is playing with words!!
Daniel Libeskind along with Almighty Gehry and Her Royal Highness Zaha should be the last to speak ,they are egoistically playing the role of architectural plague!
a recently discovered deadly spatial virus!!
were the ground zero should be sterilized from it
and especiallY Mr.Razor Sharp Mutants Libeskind.........
.......Architecture was capable of expressing trauma (wooowwwwww!!!)
well HIS architecture can cause an uncurable psychological trauma!!!

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