Walker is proud of the way his plaza catches rainwater to irrigate the trees. It is unthinkable that they should stop, so — by whatever means and at whatever cost in money and energy — they will keep going for ever. Each occupies the exact footprint of one of the Twin Towers destroyed in the attacks and, as each tower was big, each cascade is a cuboid Niagara, an inverted eruption, falling 30 feet to a flat basin, and then another 30 feet through a smaller square hole in the centre. Around the rim of each is a long bronze strip perforated with the names of victims: The intention of the whole ensemble, say the architects Michael Arad and Peter Walker , is to make a place of both death and life — where victims can be properly remembered, but where office workers can come to eat their sandwiches. He wanted the names to be at a lower level, reachable by walking behind the screens of falling water, but this proved too expensive and complex.

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It is unthinkable that they should stop, so — by whatever means and at whatever cost in money and energy — they will keep going for ever.

Ground Zero 9/11 memorial flows with mournful splendour | Art and design | The Guardian

Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Maya Lin’s memorial to the American casualties in Vietnamin Washington DC widely agreed to be one of the most eloquent zer9o moving memorials of modern times is — for its impact — relatively small.

The plan is that admission fees to the museum will help pay to keep the waters churning. Around the rim of each is a long bronze strip perforated with the names of victims: What is there now impresses with its size, and makes reasonable decisions about the materials of commemoration — water, stone, trees, bronze — and how they might be deployed.

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The cascades are simplified versions of Arad’s original idea. The official memorialnow unveiled to the press in advance of the 10th anniversary of the attackshas at its centre two of the largest fountains, or rather cascades, ever seen.

Ground Zero 9/11 memorial flows with mournful splendour

How big should a memorial be? Here you can only gawp. You get the feeling that no one quite realised how big the cascades would be until it was too late, while the footprints of the towers might have been as potent if formed by a clearing in rzige trees, or by less drastic pools. Zeri9 is proud of the way his plaza catches rainwater to irrigate the trees. Show 25 25 50 All.

The intention of the whole ensemble, say the architects Michael Arad and Peter Walkeris to make a place of both death and life — where victims can be properly remembered, but where office workers can come to eat their sandwiches. Loading comments… Trouble loading?

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The fathomless horror of the first zreo9 war raite remembered by the compact Cenotaphbut also by the aggregate of many cemeteries and monuments across Europe. It is impressive to contemplate this prospect, but also exhausting. The names, after years of agonising, are grouped by the location of each victim at the time of the attacks, modified by “adjacency requests” whereby relatives could ask for individual names to be by others to whom they were close.

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Each occupies the exact footprint of one of the Twin Towers destroyed in the attacks and, as each tower was big, each cascade is a cuboid Niagara, an inverted eruption, falling 30 feet to a flat basin, and then another 30 feet through a smaller square hole in the centre. The London Blitz has almost nothing.

But memory should include detail as well as majesty, and it has to be said the memorial lacks intimacy.

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Order by newest oldest recommendations. Usually, fountains — however big — allow you to dabble in them and sit at their edge.

Underneath the plaza will be a large museum of the events, which is still under construction, and all around are rising office towers that will replace the 10m square feet of floor space that used to be on the site. But this admirable detail seems a touch redundant next to the profligate gushing in its midst.

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The fountains stand in an eight-acre paved plaza, filled with trees: In the case of September 11the answer is Very Big Indeed. He wanted the names to be at a lower level, reachable by walking behind the screens of falling water, but this zer9o too expensive and complex.