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A New Design for Rebuilding the World Trade Center has Been Chosen

It has been nearly 14 years since the destruction of the Twin Towers and the World Trade Center. It is with excitement that the newest design of the World Trade Center has been released.  A Danish architect was chosen to come up with the new design.

The architect, Bjarke Ingels, is happy to announce that the new design is “purposefully asymmetrical.” There will be a stair-step façade with green balconies that face the east and a glassy curtain that looks west toward the 9/11 memorial plaza and the Hudson River.

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Along with the excitement, however, will always be doubts of whether or not the new design will work or if the project will even follow through. It is said that 21st Century Fox and News Corps have signed an agreement to occupy the lower half of the tower.

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The building will have 80 stories which equal over 1,000 feet. Ingels’ architect group even included newsrooms, studios, and many more details which make it sound like that the deal is done and the company will be moving forward with the building. The estimated project completion date will be by September 2021 which will be the 20th anniversary of the attacks.

Ingels made a video about how the design will lay out which is available to the public to view. It will be the second tallest of the World Trade Center towers. The first tower was actually 1,776 feet tall.

The official new look on the second building is apparently aligned with the axis of the plaza to preserve the views to the St. Paul’s Chapel all the way to the Memorial park. The new design is also described as bold and new looking which could be just the right thing for rebuilding in the area.

According to Ingels, this is one of his best projects yet. Between the design and the importance of the building, this will give him major credit. He said it took many months to come up with the exact replica of what will be built. There are several models on the website of what it will look like once it’s completed. There are view from inside the building, outside the building, and also what the people who work in the building will see. It has dazzling windows and will also have a feature of displaying the latest news from 21st Century Fox.

He has even gone as far as designing the garden so each floor has access to viewing it.  He says that there was a setback in creating the gardens because the blocks that are in it obviously get smaller as a person goes higher. To solve the issue he made a series of the outdoor gardens which was made for each block. He claims that the gardens are supposed to evoke the varying climates from tropical to arctic.

The last few photos shown are actually the inside designs, topped with people modeling in the certain spaces. For example, he designed a few people sitting in the café that is built right inside the building. He has gone through extreme measures to ensure that this project will benefit a lot of people.

September 9th, 2001 was one of the darkest days in world history, when thousands of people died within a matter of minutes as the largest buildings in the world collapsed to the ground. Much has happened since the crash of these great American buildings…
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