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06 July 2006

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JMoney

Homely is putting it gently...they really haven't done much work in the last month:
http://velvet-sea.blogspot.com/2006/05/barry-dillers-big-ugly-monolith.html

celeste

Why are you guys hating on this building? Diller and Gehry together too rich for your blood? I will say one thing, though, as much as I like this building, it was built with the major help of some 9/11 bonds. I'm not sure how they made that happen.

matt

Gehry's building at MIT looked horrible in process... but a really clever building emerged... patience, perhaps, is in order?

Joe

I'm not hating on the building (though I'm not exactly sure what that means). I just walked by it the other day and thought it was ugly. Whether a famous architect design it or not is irrelevant to me. Perhaps, as Matt says, once it is done it will look much better.

giorgio righi riva

poetic, aesthetic building from digital design process rare architecture axample in new york.welcome architecture in new york,welcome vanguard!

Gary

I think the building is the best looking new structure on West St. Compared to the ugly glass terrariums that have sprouted up nearby this is inspirational. I especially like the blue and white glass skin.

jason

It is very different from the rendering and it looks like an ipod - just horrible. I really wish gehry and his team would learn how to construct a building.

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