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Message - What Is Your Opinion On The 2 WTC Submittals?

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Posted by  Barry on February 06, 2003 at 13:16:14:

Personally, I THINK THEY STINK! You would think that with all the brilliant minds & talented people that much better submissions could have been made. I disagree with those 2 gaudy see through towers & that other too complex looking conglomerate of a mess. I propose that 4 seperate bulidings be designed at 55 stories each & have them all connected by escape passageways & have one huge central memorial park complete with fountains, plaques, trees, flowers, benches, walkways, etc. I should have submitted in my design proposal. But from what I see I strongly feel much better designs can & should be considered. Who makes the ultimate design decisions anyway? This country is going to pot & is runned by idiots in my opinion. They should stay with the original WTC design but only make 4 buildings instead at less height.
Just my opinion.

 
 
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