Fragment dintr-o discutie dintre doi mari arhitecti...despre 
importanta Patrimoniului si eforturile statelor civilizate de refacere a 
distrugerilor trecutului...
Oare copiii nostri vor plati pt "Bombardamentele Videanu" sau "Razboiul 
Civil din vremea lui Oprescu"...?
PS - Si la Roma se fac refaceri ale distrugerilor modernismului...

> John:
> Our German friends are more authoritative than me about the following:
> Germany rebuilt after the Second World War, most of its cities, where 
> the buildings were bombarded and destroyed. In Berlin, and leaving 
> aside the polemical reconstruction of the Royal Palace (The Schloss), 
> which is not a literal reconstruction, and therefore, in a sense, no 
> one is pleased. Well, leaving that building aside, we have the Bau 
> Akademie, that was demolished (!!!) in the sixties by the DDR 
> Government, it is now being rebuilt, in the same place where it was. 
> It is one of the great buildings of the greatest architect of the XIX 
> C. in Europe: Karl Friedrich Schinkel.
> In Spain, after the Spanish Civil War, General Franco underwent an 
> astonishing amount of reconstruction.
> To a similar extent (But I do not have data at hand) France did the same.
> And, we can state, that most of the countries undergo the 
> reconstruction of their historic buildings, in a literal way, because 
> they are part, a substantial part, of their identity.
> What about the systematic reconstruction of the temples in Japan?.
> Javier


---- Grupul Bucuresti ----
inscrirere: email la: 
dezabonare la email: 
trecere la primire maxim 1 email/zi:
Adresa web a grupului: 
Adresa web stiri + petitii:
Petitii web:

Yahoo! Groups Links

<*> To visit your group on the web, go to:

<*> Your email settings:
    Individual Email | Traditional

<*> To change settings online go to:
    (Yahoo! ID required)

<*> To change settings via email:

<*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:

<*> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:

Raspunde prin e-mail lui