Mutant child of Bucky's vision is forming in a Norwegian shipyard
For nearly a year now there have been lush advertisements in the glossy magazines for a ship that won't be launched until the end of 2001. It is a vessel that might be considered the missing link between the geriatric cruise liner and the concept of the moving city that ignited architectural enthusiasm in the 1960s and then, like so much that was fresh and clever at that time, got buried under a mass of neo-primitive conservation.
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