My Favorite Quotes
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 Paul Goldberger - “Integrity has been enhanced.”
 Paul Goldberger - “It fills one with a sense of architectural possibility.”
 Paul Goldberger - “Buildings don't exist to be pinned, like brooches, on the front of bigger structures to which they bear only the most distant of relationships.”
 Paul Goldberger - “Riding on the IRT is usually a matter of serving time in one of the city's most squalid environments-noisy, smelly, crowded and overrun with a ceaseless supply of graffiti.”
 Paul Goldberger - “one of the best eyes that has existed in our time.”
 Paul Goldberger - “A noble space, unlike any other of our time, for it is both strong and delicate. It seems to call at once for a Boeing 747 and for a string quartet.”
 Paul Goldberger - “This great, glass-enclosed public space embraces a wonderful contradiction it seems to call at once for a Boeing 747 and for a string quartet.”
 Paul Goldberger - “It's possible to rebuild some version of the original Twin Towers. But why would anyone want to They were not particularly beloved buildings. They were powerful symbols.”
 Paul Goldberger - “In the first year, it looked as if we were really gonna aim for the highest thing possible. And then, gradually, sort of like the waves eating away at a sand castle, you know, they just wore away, bit by bit and it's gotten more and more ordinary.”
 Paul Goldberger - “We like to think of New York as the nation's most cosmopolitan city, a place in which the independence and freedom and values of art and culture are not questioned by anybody, as if that debate is over. But that debate is never really over, and Ground Zero is the perfect way to bring that debate back to the fore, even in New York.”
 Paul Goldberger - “His clarity and creativity are intimately intertwined. In his concise and brilliant way, he's able to say something that in someone else's hands is ordinary but in his becomes special and utterly clear.”
 Paul Goldberger - “The taste of people with large bank accounts tends not to be on the cutting edge.”