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Seeing the Animal Kingdom in Calatrava’s Oculus
Like all of the architects work, the structure invites visual interpretations, recalling animals both alive and extinct.
I’m (Guardedly) Optimistic About Libeskind & the WTC—Here’s Why
Now that the euphoria surrounding the Daniel Libeskind announcement has faded, we’ve all had time to look at the fine print. This is the urban planning equivalent of a hangover. It’s clear that the program is still b
New York’s Still New York: Evaluating Ground Zero in Middle Age
Despite years of rancor surrounding it, the WTC site still possesses a deep emotional power.
This Westchester Memorial Is Everything the WTC, Regrettably, Won’t Be
Quick: think of a good contemporary memorial. No, not that one we’ve all heard quite enough about: Maya Lin’s shrine to the Vietnam War—a wonderful thing, a bolt from the blue, a one-in-a-million shot—a modern de