Re: Felix Candela - Los manantiales

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Posted by  David Jagaciewski on January 08, 2002 at 13:38:00:

In Reply to:  Felix Candela - Los manantiales posted by Paula Pavicich on August 17, 2001 at 16:56:40:

I visited all of his shells that I could locate and most of them were leaking and were covered with a membrane that may have solved the leaks, but took away the original, pristine beauty. This structure was beautiful, but the membrane had a lot of mold, or pollutant accumulations. I ate mole poblano inside. It is huge and the glass placement dwarfed the chairs and tables. So what is this abortion that has been added? Do you happen to know the status of the church in Mexico City...has it been affected by earthquakes? It is a wonderful structure....Thanks, David Jagaceiwski

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