Ground Zero: The Design Competition

author: Rafael Viñoly, Rafael Viñoly Architects
published: April 17, 2012,   recorded: May 2003,   views: 2989
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Rafael Viñoly and Frederic Schwartz led the THINK team, whose design was one of two finalists for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation’s World Trade Center design competition. In this talk at MIT, Viñoly gives a candid and personal account of one of the most emotionally charged competitions in US history. He talks about winning and losing, down to the final moments of the competition.

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