Message - Re: Is Norman Foster the biggest creature in architecture and design field?

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Posted by  mw on January 27, 2003 at 21:27:38:

In Reply to:  Is Norman Foster the biggest creature in architecture and design field? posted by Speedous on January 08, 2003 at 16:08:46:

I'd agree that his office has produced some great work. Though it's hard today to pinpoint any one architect among so many as the greatest of them all. I did visit his London office about 10 years ago while I was still in school and was amazed at what they were doing.

I also would agree with the others about Renzo. What I like more about Renzo is that his work is not so polished or glossy. Though it's highly engineered, it still has the feel that it is constructed by hand.

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