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Architecture #94710

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 09, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan

(Chicago, Illinois) Varying reactions to modern architecture examined; American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) building in NYC, PPG building in Pittsburgh cited as exs. [Architect Phillip JOHNSON - notes human resentment of the new.] Other controversial designs across nation reviewed. Illinois's new state of c. building in Chicago examined [PEOPLE - offer their interpretations of Chicago building; think building is Governor James Thompson's joke on town.] [THOMPSON - dismisses critics.] [Architect Richard BARANCIK - thinks Frank Lloyd Wright would be appalled.] [Architect Harry WEESE - lumps Chicago structure in with Boy George and punk rock.] [Architect Helmut JAHN - defs. design.] [JOHNSON - notes all are effected by architecture.]
REPORTER: Judd Rose

Reporter(s):
Rose, Judd;
Sullivan, Kathleen
Duration:
00:03:20

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