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a selection from the more than 5, 000 schemes submitted to the competition for the World Trade Center Memorial.

Published in conjunction with Architectural Record, the most important architecture journal in the United States, "Imagining Ground Zero: Official and Unofficial Proposals for the World Trade Center Site" documents not only the master plan competition, won by Studio Daniel Libeskind and sponsored by the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, but also proposals submitted by invitation of and published by two magazines, proposals from the. exhibition at Max Protetch Gallery, as well as a selection from the more than 5, 000 schemes submitted to the competition for the World Trade Cent.

The architectural designs for the Ground Zero space were imaginative and inspiring. This book treats the various solutions comprehensively and respectfully. The solutions fell into 3 catagories, a memorial for the greatest American tragedy since Pearl Harbor, a huge transportation hub, and the rebuilding of office, retail and residential space.

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Everything you need to see about the design proposals for the WTC site. The architectural designs for the Ground Zero space were imaginative and inspiring. It provides the visual aspect, that combined with "Up from Zero: Politics, Architecture, and the Rebuilding of New York" (ISBN: 1400060176), presents a comprehensive picture of who, what and when.

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Imagining Ground Zero : official and unofficial proposals for the World Trade Center competition.

Imagining Ground Zero : official and unofficial proposals for the World Trade Center competition. Suzanne Stephens, Ian Luna, Ron Broadhurst. The most highly publicized building renewal process in the world today-and the most significant survey of competing architecture designs since the international design competition for the Chicag. More).

Ever since the devastation and tragedy of the events of 11 September 2001, the architectural community has been thinking imaginatively about the large, vacant site consisting of 16 acres in Lower Manhattan. This has encouraged innovative ideas about architecture and urbanism that have not been seen in decades. This book reports on and analyses the developments, taking a panoptic but concentrated look at the state of architectural creativity and problem-solving today.
Imagining Ground Zero : Official and Un-Official Proposals for the World Trade Centre Competion download epub
Engineering
Author: Suzanne Stephens,Ian Luna
ISBN: 0500342016
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Gardners Books (September 30, 2004)
Pages: 224 pages