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Old October 9th, 2019, 06:42 PM   #11741
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Wow Id imagine this could possibly be the most impressive new classical style building in the world for at least 8 or 9 decades?
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Old October 9th, 2019, 07:11 PM   #11742
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That's somewhat misleading, because while it's not a reconstruction per se, they simply built the second half of the structure as planned in 1928. In other words, they finished the original project from before WW2.

Misleading in what sense?

If one of Quinlan Terry's unrealized designs, say from 1982, had been built today, would it be any less of a representation of 21st century classicism?
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Old October 10th, 2019, 01:53 AM   #11743
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Old October 10th, 2019, 07:20 AM   #11744
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Misleading in what sense?

If one of Quinlan Terry's unrealized designs, say from 1982, had been built today, would it be any less of a representation of 21st century classicism?
Its's missleading, becaus it is NOT an original design, but the exact mirror of the connecting historic building! So it is definetly not a representation of 21st ct classic architecture. Still of course an amazing beautifull project!
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Old October 10th, 2019, 12:35 PM   #11745
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New Buildings Built in Traditional Architecture Style

"This thread shall only feature examples of recently constructed buildings which adhere to historic architecture styles, with fidelity in design, materials, and/or construction methods."

Is it recently constructed? Yes.
Does it adhere to historic architecture styles, with fidelity in design, materials, and/or construction methods? Yes.

No one said that the buildings couldn't be designed decades or a century earlier.

They actually demolished a modernist office building to build a historically and visually fitting one.

Otherwise its an office building of the hungarian parliament. They are connected to eachother with an underground tunnel.
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Old October 10th, 2019, 07:56 PM   #11746
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Its's missleading, becaus it is NOT an original design, but the exact mirror of the connecting historic building! So it is definetly not a representation of 21st ct classic architecture. Still of course an amazing beautifull project!
The following buildings are examples of exact copies of adjacent buildings. These buildings were designed in the 21st century and are not sourced from previous unrealized plans. They are as much a relevant expression of 21st century classical architecture as the Hungarian building, differing only by the date of the architectural drawings.


New Classical Build Row House
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Old October 10th, 2019, 08:01 PM   #11747
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Old October 10th, 2019, 08:32 PM   #11748
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New Buildings Built in Traditional Architecture Style

"This thread shall only feature examples of recently constructed buildings which adhere to historic architecture styles, with fidelity in design, materials, and/or construction methods."

Is it recently constructed? Yes.
Does it adhere to historic architecture styles, with fidelity in design, materials, and/or construction methods? Yes.

No one said that the buildings couldn't be designed decades or a century earlier.

They actually demolished a modernist office building to build a historically and visually fitting one.

Otherwise its an office building of the hungarian parliament. They are connected to eachother with an underground tunnel.
Sure, but with the criteria you provided, we should also include Dresden reconstructions in this thread, then. They follow the questions marked in green in your quote.

N.B.: I'm not saying Budapest's building is less valuable. I personally think the opposite, I think it's way more valuable than the exact replicas posted by Hed_Kandi, for example.

But that's not the point Weissenberg and Tolbert were trying to make, if I understand correctly. The point is that the Budapest building is the delayed completion of a project from 1928, not differently from the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. Dresden is the reconstruction of something that had been wiped out by war. They're different circumstances from a Neo-Traditional building completely thought and built in our times. Different and maybe "misleading", not better or worse.
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Old October 10th, 2019, 10:08 PM   #11749
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It should also be noted that this building is not a reconstruction of a former structure which stood on the site. This is a wholly new and original building.
That's misleading. It is not a new or "original" design, but a mirrored/copied version of the opposite building and it was already planned like that from the beginning. Here is an old plan:

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Old October 10th, 2019, 11:03 PM   #11750
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That's misleading. It is not a new or "original" design, but a mirrored/copied version of the opposite building and it was already planned like that from the beginning. Here is an old plan:

My post made no mention of the building’s design. ‘New and original’ were referenced with regards to the status of the building in order to differentiate it from being a reconstruction. There’s a semantical difference.
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Old October 10th, 2019, 11:06 PM   #11751
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Sure, but with the criteria you provided, we should also include Dresden reconstructions in this thread, then. They follow the questions marked in green in your quote.
No, because Dresden was a reconstruction, while this thread is for new constructions.
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Old October 10th, 2019, 11:44 PM   #11752
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Just a shout out to HedKandi for starting this thread and contributing to it as he does. It makes me happy to see traditional architecture being recreated. For too many years I watched beautiful traditional buildings being destroyed. I think now that mentality has ended for the most part. I just read in another thread that Budapest had made it city policy to recreate the beautiful city that existed before the war and get rid of the 1950s modern crap. This is encouraging!
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Just a shout out to HedKandi for starting this thread and contributing to it as he does
I could not agree more with your, Robertwood!!! HedKandi has done an enormous amount of work on this thread with so many invaluable posts on the subject of " New Buildings Built in Traditional Architecture Style". What can i add? Simply great posts!!!
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