Oh yes I do. It is a real pity for all the artistic work that was sheltered inside the Tour 13. I saw the video of the destruction on internet. This is here if you want to see : http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1mgl9b_demolition-tour-paris-13-en-direct_creation?start=45It still took 4 days...
I figured, from the title, that might be the case.
So, they finally took it down. It's a shame...it generated such creativity!
I knew it immediately. It's become like an old friend to PDP fans.
Thank you Eric ! True, I am... yes !And happy to be !!
Ca ne laisse vraiment pas indifférent, ces images. Effroyable efficacité ... Qu'y a t-il de prévu à la place de ces 2 bâtiments - on parle toujours de la Tour 13 mais l'autre bâtiment a été détruit pareil ... Le point positif après une destruction, c'est ... ce qui peut suivre... la re-construction. J'espère que ça évoluera vers quelque chose de bien pour tout le monde. Pour tout le monde, non, mais au moins pour la qualité de vie des habitants ...
la construction de 180 logements sociaux d'après les dires de certains
Too bad, but at least it went out in a blaze of artistic glory. Now, are there any other buildings due for demolition?
Too bad. But thanks to you (and Flore) for the video. It looked like the machines were eating the building (and I loved how you could tell when they were having their lunch break).
I had no idea yet about where this Tour 13 was precisely located. And I soon will have a look to the following steps. Thank you for your many inputs to the art Eric, in every kind of field. I am often late ... but I try to catch up ;)