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Message - Re: With the WTC rebuild we need ...Structural framework

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Posted by  Per Corell on December 02, 2002 at 01:58:53:

In Reply to:  Re: With the WTC rebuild we need ...Structural framework posted by kristen kelley on December 01, 2002 at 19:23:01:

Hi
This is exactly what I been saying from the start, that we can not build anything on the spot.
I don't find it difficult to understand why and I don't find it difficult to leave the emty volumes within a structure.
Please se, that when I talk about a "rebuild" I takl about leaving the emty volume as sort of a stamp , within another building structure, that build around the exact places , ----- guess you se what I mean as it can be difficult to describe in words.
As you I find it very important to leave the site as memorial parks ,and during the debate I been progressing the idear of a build around ,while from my point of view, you can not build on site and show respect.
This is the only way to build anything vith the vision needed, to build around .

 
 
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