Eclectic Curiosity


Posted on September 26th, 2002, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

It is refreshing to see some constructive imagination push out the destructive rhetoric in the U.S. resolve to overcome the terrorist attacks of 9-11. And it is of course resilient New Yorkers leading the charge. In particular, NY Times Architecture critic Herbert Muschamp and a group of world-class architects and artists have put forward a remarkably comprehensive and impressively visionary proposal for the redevelopment of Ground Zero – the former site of the WTC towers – and the surrounding area. To boot, it’s clearly presented as a whole at a smartly designed website complete with narration and conceptual drawings: Thinking Big. (via Focused Performance)





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