You Don't Know What You've Got Until It's Gone
In this interview, the New Yorker's architecture critic, Paul Goldberger, states that, "Preservation has established itself". He suggests that in reaction to the modern architecture of the 1960s and 70s and the loss of major architectural icons like Penn Station in New York City, preservation has become widely accepted and routinely incorporated into the design and develpment process. He also discusses the continued importance of 'new' in the context of 'old'.
Thanks to Irene Sherr