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Message - Re: PROJECT ONE (rebuilding WTC)

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Posted by  Per Corell on January 26, 2003 at 12:37:08:

In Reply to:  Re: PROJECT ONE (rebuilding WTC) posted by dr Erdei Antal on January 25, 2003 at 13:45:39:

The wall or impack of halve each lost building into a structur behind ,forming an exact negative patterned building structure, where this meet the emty spaces.
Now you think you have a wall covering each halve with the view against the sea , and this don't need to reach sky high from the start. You will have a restructured arear in front, a unique solution ending the town at where the water start, but most important you need new technologies, jobs and technologies.
Now the technologies are there, everyone want a nice site and a town that will grow from the true vision, then why don't anyone want to make money ,
Btw emagine the space each halve missing volumes will be ,btill this way this will just be the memorial, and what grow from the way this is handled, is what create a city, not a building.

 
 
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