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Posted by  steven on November 13, 2002 at 15:34:25:

In Reply to:  Federation Square - Melbourne Australia posted by Jo on November 07, 2002 at 02:07:04:


Fed square strikes me as one of the most brilliant contributions to humanity of our generation. I am sad to read the report by casey a 13 year old in melbourne before me. Casey I have to say that one sometimes needs to question what they hear. I am sure the meadia has probably rubbished fed square, and perhaps you and your peers and friends and family may talk sourly of it, but there is some profoundly amazing qualities in tthis building. Firstly it is of a philosophical standpoint of hope, the architecture is multilayered, so that there is potential for a re-writting of the program. an always already beforing nature. Now thgink about that for a little. The potential for an urbanity that isnt always boreing, expected the same, but one that changes, never fully becomes known, it is hope filled. Seriously tax payers money.. Fed square will bring every architect worth anything to visit. It is the first of a new breed of buildings. Which arent traditional.. Now havent you ever heard of staying out of your comfort zone. You can choose to rubbish fed square< but you are on your way to being a boreing person.

 
 
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