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Letter: City should think big with Blaisdell overhaul

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    Architecture firm Snøhetta has unveiled a plans to renovate and extend a mid-century arts and performance complex in Honolulu, Hawaii. Snøhetta designed the plan for the Neal S Blaisdell Center, a 22-acre (nine-hectare) complex on the island of Oahu. Constructed in 1964 as a living memorial for Hawaii’s veterans and war heroes, today the centre forms one of the state’s “premiere arts and cultural venues”.

While the Blaisdell Center Master Plan dreams big, the county should expand the Blaisdell vision further (“City unveils what a $722M redevelopment of Blaisdell Center might look like,” Star-Advertiser, July 6). Read more

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