Blum, Andrew
February 2009
Metropolis: Architecture Design;Feb2009, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p58
Trade Publication
The article presents a comparative analysis of Timo Stammberger's photography and U.S. President Barack Obama's New New Deal. It states that the rise and fall of cities narrated by the former's photographs of railroad and tunnel systems have a certain degree of parallelism to the New New Deal's redesigned framework that is hoped to emerge from the silt of economic and environmental decay. Both reportedly express desperation over the urgency for a solution before the damage becomes irreversible.


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