Message - Lebeskind and my Tutor lied !!!!!

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Posted by  Akegata on March 28, 2003 at 06:48:55:

I went to lebeskinds war museum in manchester today with the view of incorporating it into my essay/paper I am writing on landscape design being incorporated into building design. I have seen lots of drawings and concept sketches over the past few years showing an intricate outdoor landscape scheme. Broken shards of the globe showing major conflicts surrounding the building. But when I get there I find a baren tarmac carpark with a few pink shale triangles surounding the building. None of the vision that was presented to me. And the building itself was nothing special, just like the guggenheim tyhe interiors fail to reflect the exterior space and in places you are just in a box.
LIES LIES LIES, the scheme lied to me, and the interior andexterior lie about each other.
In your opinion can I still write about this scheme and be negative about it???? externally it really is nothing special in terms pf landscaping. Lebeskind just dropped about 500000 places in my eyes

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