SOME IDEAS FOR REBUILDING NOTRE DAME—HOW BAD COULD THAT BE?
What about it?
GLASS, GOLDEN FLAMES OR A BEAM OF LIGHT
WHAT SHOULD REPLACE NOTRE DAME’S SPIRE?
BY ALEX MARSHALL New York Times
ALEXANDRE CHASSANG/ABH ARCHITECTES NYT
Numerous proposals for the rebuilt roof and spire of the Notre Dame cathedral include a 300-foot spire ‘flame’ rendered in carbon-fiber and gold leaf, far left, diamond-like roof, second from left, and a crystal and glass spire, right.
Since the French government owns Notre Dame it will likely be faithfully restored. If the Catholic Church owned it, "Katie bar the door."
What no minarets, PF would approve, must be inclusive you know
How about restoring it as near as possible to what it was instead of some modern, iconoclastic, humanistic oriented BS?
TJM is right. The Church's leadership seems to be invested in making sure we remain a laughingstock to the world.
I hope that they restore it to look as it originally did, except maybe use a strong light-weight alloy instead of lumber.
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