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Posted by  Per Corell on November 28, 2002 at 07:48:22:

In Reply to:  Just some questions no offence.. posted by Rico on November 26, 2002 at 01:52:58:

Hi
It would with a tunnel and an underwater scene be the same intergrated arts as our Royal theater allway's been.
With a tunnel twin buildings will act as a gateway to an inner harbour, that would be lowened to a few meter of water, and the option to establish small islands, resturants, living arears, parks, whatever will be that obvious that the city would be known for these qualities.
Copenhagen have a _huge_ inner and an big outher harbour, and it's cold.
The key's are 4 meter above water and noone dare using the key, while this granit edged harbour ,offer _nothing_ but a harbour ferry and -------- eh , well very little more.
Now the part of the town have _no_ planned trafic ; we who live near, often feel ourself on an ocean of cars, and please remember that these is very old parts of the town, with very narrow streets and old houses. But a Twin project would open so many possibilities ; ---- so this we will _not_ get.
Acturly we get the worse possible , as the architect hired without a contest, to project an Opera, seem to have a problem with this town ; why else do he plaster it with dark black freezers and houses made from as much glass as possible and as square as possible , ------ please have _anyone_ ever heard about a diamond being square ?
If not , then you know what danish academics think is innovative.
Beside, all you need in this contry are "Pioniere der sowjetischen Architectur" as there you will se most of what is build in this contry the past many years, ------- Im'e looking forwerts to find the "new" Opera in that book ;))
Still, ----- as I said in another ansver, I soon upload a good solution to the trafic problems, around these two box buildings.

 
 
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