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Posted by  Per Corell on June 27, 2003 at 02:38:30:

In Reply to:  Re: New Urbanism posted by Richard Haut on June 26, 2003 at 15:30:43:


But that need , and the focus on rebuilding WTC , acturly reflect that most forget that in some sense WTC-7 is more important than One and Two. Like friday's entertainment in television is 15 murders . 3 rapes , a few roberies and a couple of exploded cars and planes, we all expece an audience , before life shuld be worth living.
I guess even princes can step over the line, and even a lot of truth the attitude is what shuld change things, ------- when you realise that compared WTC towers and WTC-7 , 7 is acturly what count , as there is proberly many of the same type of structures planned , where the Towers is the Icon showing your role ,from your interest ; is this the Towers or WTC-7 ; maby this don't say anything about your abilities, but it do say somthing about your reality sense.
-------- How you view these things or if you even thought about it.
Then a simple question will tell as I guess most wannabees would produce a sketch of the Towers where ones that have it in them would know, that the persenteage of a greater Vision for structures like WTC-7 , also will make you a greater architect, than those of the Icon.
Guess that those who focus on being at the top, will be those who forgot to build somthing to stand on, ---- no good for an architect, as that is what it is about, quality.

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