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Re: “An urban exploration of Raleigh's most forgotten waterway (and future river walk)

...whoever had done that stone-work...did one helluva nice job...especially the hill cut retention...looks nice...don't lose 'em! ...keep the concrete...rework some of it...then, continue some of the stone-work down, & into the stream culvert as an artistic focal piece...not ostentatious...many cities in Japan has taken what were once plain culverts...and made them places of simple, yet ethereal, visual enjoyment, by playing concrete-stone design on nature...Toronto, I believe, has something along these lines going on w/stormwater culverts that run through and on into Lake Ontario...and those pilings stabilising those trestle stands (if they are to remain) could work tied into a board-walk crossing (depending upon storm-flow)...these two streams have some serious 'statement' potential...

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Posted by SittingMoose Shaman on 01/21/2014 at 9:02 AM

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