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Old June 11th, 2019, 02:02 AM   #4341
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Old June 12th, 2019, 04:35 PM   #4343
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Many great revitalisations and renovations! But how I despise those fugly modernist additions everywhere... Who needs that shit? If you need more space, adapt to the style of the building and pay some respect, as our ancestors did.
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Kino Razzia - Zürich | Cinema -> Restaurant conversion + restoration

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  • Address: Seefeldstrasse 82, 8008 Zürich
  • Location: District 8
  • Status: Completed
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Old June 13th, 2019, 06:39 PM   #4345
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What are all those holes that are still seen after the restoration?
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Old June 13th, 2019, 06:51 PM   #4346
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More public space renovation:

Santa Fe, capital of Santa Fe Province (Argentina)

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What are all those holes that are still seen after the restoration?
Seems like the structure required strengthening with concrete infills It's often done in seismic areas.

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Who needs that shit? If you need more space, adapt to the style of the building and pay some respect, as our ancestors did.
Actually our ancestors usually didn't care much about preserving the original look etc. and if they had enough money they would often redo everything in whatever style was currently popular. The ideas about heritage protection were largely formed in the XIX-XX century so it's still relatively new.
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Old June 13th, 2019, 07:43 PM   #4348
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Old June 13th, 2019, 11:22 PM   #4349
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Santiago del Estero (the oldest continuously inhabited city in Argentina, founded by the Spanish settlers in 1550/1553), capital of Santiago del Estero Province

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Actually our ancestors usually didn't care much about preserving the original look etc. and if they had enough money they would often redo everything in whatever style was currently popular. The ideas about heritage protection were largely formed in the XIX-XX century so it's still relatively new.
Thats true. They pretty much often gutted important monumental cathedrals and palaces and completely renovated them in a new style, very often. But at least they made aesthetically pleasing things
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Argentina Lithuania and Poland really winning this thread
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Old June 14th, 2019, 01:12 AM   #4352
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Mmm... Argentina is not even close to those European countries. We have tons of old buildings in deplorable condition in all cities and, in addition, the "cancer" of street wiring. And here we don't have the money for those spectacular renovations.

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Rosario (Santa Fe Province)
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Corrientes (capital of Corrientes Province)
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I hope we can reach Polish level. We have just begun to worry about the appearance of our cities, but there is still a long way to go.
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Old June 14th, 2019, 02:52 AM   #4355
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Actually our ancestors usually didn't care much about preserving the original look etc. and if they had enough money they would often redo everything in whatever style was currently popular. The ideas about heritage protection were largely formed in the XIX-XX century so it's still relatively new.
That's true but undermines the actual point: it all was derived from classical styles. And thus it worked. Nowadays it doesn't work with the bad break between modernism and classical/tradtional. Thus it needs to be more separated.
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That's true but undermines the actual point: it all was derived from classical styles. And thus it worked. Nowadays it doesn't work with the bad break between modernism and classical/tradtional. Thus it needs to be more separated.
Unfortunately classic form and classic thinking is undermined by postmodern anti structuralism. Modern art and architecture undermines aesthetics and focuses on function or/and subjective interpretation.
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What are all those holes that are still seen after the restoration?
I know right? Such a weird decision.

I was just scrolling on the page to see part II of the pictures, but then realized that this is the final version of the renovation.
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