If you want to ask me a question directly then you are probably better of sending me a email or pm, as I don't really visit this forum that often anymore after I was told that my comments ruined it.Hi Galro. What do you think of this one: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?p=94710689#post94710689
It's an interesting idea for an infill, and it shows beauty doesn't have to look old-fashioned.
Not sure why you seems to imply that I require old-fashioned look to find something beautiful? I have nothing against a well designed modern infill. I'm not completely sure the one you linked to belong in that category though - it does come across as slightly gimmicky and I think it can easily appear cheap and plastic-like if constructed with the wrong materials. Generally I would also say that such designs works best when contrasting to more traditional buildings on either side - like here: https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Barc...nD5xA-i-ow9pH05YvK-FQ&cbp=12,196.28,,0,-21.26. I don't think a whole city filled with buildings like that could work.
And as a sidenote: Why haven't anyone posted the renders of the last Brodtkorb-designed building at Sørenga and planning renders of Grønlikaia? Seems like this forum have gone awfully quiet lately.