Tom Wolfe -The Disaster of Modern Architecture – Firing Line with WFB

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WFB’s Firing Line Show featuring Right Stuff author Tom Wolfe a CRUSADE Channel Research Project feature.

A rip-roaring attack on the shibboleths of modern architecture-and with a Firing Line rarity, visual aids (illustrations from Mr. Wolfe’s book). TW: “The irony of this is all these forms were created for the workers in the ruins and rubble of Germany after the First World War under a Socialist government, and somehow, as if they had bounced off Telstar, landed on Sixth Avenue, Park Avenue-practically any avenue you want to name in any large American city…. Far from housing workers these structures … are housing the corporate giants of America…. And they are all in worker-housing forms.”

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