Re: Re: One Berkley court -132m Tower
Have any of Dunne’s companies produced a single development of architectural note?
The only reason he has even bothered to engage serious architects for this project is that he knows he won’t be able to railroad through his usual dross.
I simply can not understand this obsession with high-rise for the sake of high-rise. Are you really so impressed with a building, simply because it rises above fifteen stories.
If you look right around the world, ninety eight per cent of the best/best-loved/most famous buildings are probably in the region of one to seven/eight storeys.
The skyscrapers of New York/Chicago etc together create a wonderful type of urban environment but have you ever been to midsize or smaller American cities where there are a cluster of run-of-the-mill tall buildings.
Those cities would swap their high-rises for our low-rise Georgian stock in a heartbeat.