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The underground — or lower Manhattan — is revealed, and, in the drawing, there are suggestions of inhabitation in that lower region. Lebbeus Woods, Lower Manhattan,in case you missed it; view larger ]. So it was a romantic idea — and the drawing is very conceptual in that sense. But the exposure of the rock base, or the underground condition of the city, completely changes the scale relationship between the city and its environment. I think that comes across in the drawing. One is that the only bridge I show is the Brooklyn Bridge. You posit something radically different than what was there before.

Well, I think that, for instance, in Sarajevo, I was trying to speculate on how the war could be turned around, into something that people could build the new Sarajevo on. I mean, it was a scenario — and, I suppose, that was the kind of movie aspect to it. But we need to be able to speculate, to create these scenarios, and to be useful in a discussion about the next move. No one expects these ideas to be easily implemented. But, certainly, the new scenario gives you a chance to investigate a direction. So that was the approach in Sarajevo — as well as in this drawing of Lower Manhattan, as I called it. Future structures of the Korean demilitarized zone juxtaposed with two views of the architectonic tip of some vast flooded machine-building, from Icebergs ].

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And architecture is a prime instrument of making that change — because it has to do with building the environment they live in, and the relationships that exist in that environment. Lebbeus Woods, Siteline Vienna, ]. The building changes them.

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