Saturday, May 14, 2011

preservation and adaptation

We don't get to talk much about preservation at tin box. Miami has a surprising number of historical preservation issues, ranging from the old wooden houses built by Flagler's railroad workers to modern landmarks like Marine Stadium. Rome has a whole different problem. Like a lot of cities, it has gorgeous buildings that defy easy integration of modern systems, or, more succinctly, you just can't jam a lot of ductwork into them.

And you should see what they do to get TV reception in Testaccio:

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