Message - Re: Zaha Hadid brings subtlety to Cincinnati. Not something it's used to.

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Posted by  Hugh Pearman on August 28, 2003 at 03:00:40:

In Reply to:  Re: Zaha Hadid brings subtlety to Cincinnati. Not something it's used to. posted by Richard Haut on August 27, 2003 at 07:55:32:

Takes a long time for the operation scars to heal when a city undergoes radical surgery, doesn't it? Trouble with London's South Bank has always been the way it feels separate from the real city, almost as if it had a moat or wall round it (though I don't hate those 1960s elevated walkways the way some do). Talking of elevated walkways, the biggest single improvement recently has been Lifschutz Davidson's twin-boulevard pedestrian bridge linking it to the north bank, thus through to Trafalgar Square. Some of the details are a bit crummy, thanks to the accountancy-led procurement process, but it works as a connector.

I see we've strayed from Cincinnati. Enough!

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