Message - Re: designing a memorial ? what for ?

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Posted by  Per Corell on September 07, 2003 at 12:37:14:

In Reply to:  designing a memorial ? what for ? posted by Richard Haut on September 06, 2003 at 13:35:29:

I think in 20 years, there will be many more "facts" uncovered, some true some out of concept, and others by the need of stories. The instant ansver just after ,was the response of a unified world, that is what drive the wish for new technology, jobs and a better economy.
A memorial is not an impossible task, when solving the intire architecture and sub structure is possible, technology, new technology is the ansver to many of the resons for what happen in the world and technology maby already won any war. The ansver must be somthing that unify make things simpler ,or understood with an open mind and a wish for progress uncover a wider horison. But the best replacement for the lost towers, will still be somthing that point to new jobs, and a bright future .
That could be obvious things like building methods, materials or design. The ansver must be the important issue.

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