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November 12, 2007

Gehry on the "uplifting effect" of "real architecture"

GehryProfileBlue.jpg Atlantic Yards Report

According to Frank Gehry, "Real architecture tends to have an uplifting effect on the people that experience it, and it creates identifiable icons—like the Sydney Opera House—that brand a city, even a country."

Would Atlantic Yards be uplifting or just another "ego trip?" And, what does it mean when your brand is "drunken robots?"


Posted by lumi at November 12, 2007 6:04 AM