Friday, June 09, 2006

Cleveland design being discussed . . .

Two letters to the editor appeared in today's Plain Dealer in response to Steve Litt's commentary of last week. Read them here.

It is good to see design debate get a little testy.

I encourage the Plain Dealer to become an advocate for better urban and architectural design. As the only newspaper of consequence in the region, the Plain Dealer and its editors should pressure local decision-makers to make the correct design decisions that will benefit the city and region for generations to come.

Many major projects are going to tranform downtown Cleveland in the next half-decade. An enlightened voice should guide public opinion.

1 comment:

Stan said...

It's actually good to see people giving a damn about design in Cleveland for a change. Love or hate the Litt article, it has help spawn a much needed debate which will only help design in the community challenge itself.