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Thread: InterActiveCorp HQ - 555 West 18th Street @ West Street - by Frank Gehry

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    In addition, thre is equipment from Rusmar-a company that supplies foam technology to land fills and Superfund sites-this is not reassuring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkeit
    In addition, thre is equipment from Rusmar-a company that supplies foam technology to land fills and Superfund sites-this is not reassuring.
    In some ways, it is reassuring. At least, they are dealing with it. It might impact construction timeline, but a contaminated site is being cleaned and developed.

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    Finally out of the basement. View from Chelsea Piers


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    Oh, yeah !!!

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    About damn time!

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    A reminder of what it'll look like:



    A landmark in the making?
    Last edited by antinimby; December 3rd, 2005 at 11:22 PM.

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    You've got to be kidding me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BPC
    You've got to be kidding me.
    Keep an open mind. Besides, I'm just happy it's not another brick box.

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    I am not demanding brick boxes (although some of those can be quite nice). Richard Meier's three West Street buildings, for example, are glassy modern constructions, but utterly elegant all the same. This looks like a clay mold.

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    I'm not exactly that enthusiastic either. The West Side Highway is starting to look a little too much like Miami Beach.

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    Finally!!

    It is been since October 14, 2003 that the first story anouncement for this project was posted on page 1. This one better look totally amazing when finished.

    Now Gehry has plans close by this building for 2 new residential buildings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krulltime
    Finally!!

    It is been since October 14, 2003 that the first story anouncement for this project was posted on page 1.
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by antinimby
    A reminder of what it'll look like:



    A landmark in the making?
    cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by BPC
    This looks like a clay mold.
    It's an unrefined model "photoshopped" onto a real scene. It only shows the form in context.

    More distinct facade details on this model:

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    I love it!


    Where exactly is it located again?

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