Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

A changing Manhattan through four decades of World Trade Center photographs

Brian Rose has photographed the World Trade Center for 40 years. An interview he gave CityLab’s Mark Byrnes and some of his photos, which are being compiled into a new book, WTC, can be found here.

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Silverstein Properties leaning towards BIG 2 WTC design

Lois Weiss writes in the May 4, 2016  New York Post that while  Silverstein Properties has two options for the new 2 World Trade Center, the original Norman Foster design with the diamond-shaped top, and the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) “stairstep” design apparently they are currently in favour of the BIG design. The BIG design features terraces facing […]

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Stark underground space at World Trade Center will host a riot of ads

“Inch by inch, the new World Trade Center is being stripped of its connection to the World Trade Center that was attacked on September 11, 2001,” writes David W. Dunlap in the New York Times. He mentions the absence of the Sphere, the hiding of the “tridents”, the replacement of the damaged panels of the south […]

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