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Yves Behar

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  1. An interactive screen would be dated in no time.
  2. Thanks for the condescending suggestion, but I've done my research here. I still disagree that this is anything significant beyond some of the elements of the interior, which are gone.
  3. It seems that people are under the false pretense that if the building was designed by SOM it's immediately worthy of architectural fetishism. Do people know SOM also designed the PNC building on 5th?
  4. The irony here is so insane. Whats the point of "preserving" this building if it's going to be turned into a parking garage? I feel like the original architects would be disappointed.
  5. Is that "8 On The Square" building modern construction?
  6. That fad will hopefully die soon.
  7. Quebec City has the benefit of also being in French Canada, which gives it the European feel that attracts English Speaking tourists. It's architecture is a factor as well however. Newport benefits from having exceptional homes that are in themselves architectural and design marvels. Though we have beautiful homes and great architecture here, the grandiose nature of Newport is what makes it appealing to visitors.
  8. Yves Behar

    Smells of City Living

    Ces't La Vie I say. The city's gonna have some smells.
  9. Coffee roasting smells amazing tho.
  10. I feel like closing that tunnel is a bad idea, but perhaps there is evidence otherwise.
  11. Yves Behar

    Cincinnati: Random Development and News

    Do you have a source on this arsonist pastor? I couldn't find any information.
  12. I agree, I'm still lamenting the loss of this building. https://www.google.com/maps/@39.1242817,-84.5143341,3a,75y,330.93h,99.75t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sB4veyWQiJK7iQkchiO5ooQ!2e0!5s20110601T000000!7i13312!8i6656
  13. Looks good from 71 too. I hope that in the future Central parkway will evolve into it's own distinct district with high rise buildings. It has so much potential to be a tiny downtown of it's own.
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