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Posted by  Alex Kudrasev on February 19, 2003 at 21:37:13:

Do we think the time has come to make some sort of stand about the current Ground Zero designs?
It is no secret very few people are happy with the current options. We need the best concepts and ideas. The Ground Zero site , we would hope to be inspiring to all races, cultures and religions, the center of America and the center of the world. An inspiration to all cultures. It should be safe, floor space should be lettable inspite of Sep 11. Infact it is a case of being able to make the most now for all - out of that tragic event.

Any plan should work into the future..

We have a vision. It works on many levels, and solves issues in most of the current proposals. If nothing else, this design shows that it is possible to provide a meaningful, architectural and safe solution. Again, it is just a vision, but perhaps it can open some real discussion before it is too late to do so?

Kind Regards,

Alex Kudrasev
www.art-technology.com.au/worldcenter



 
 
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