Last Wednesday, 15th May, the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore a hard hat to be shown around the cathedral.
Is the word “restoration” even appropriate?
This time it’s an Atlanta firm. They won’t be the ones of course, but it never hurts to pitch an idea.
Giant nets have been installed to catch falling debris and protect workers using robots to remove the rubble in Notre Dame.
Hahahaha, Stockholm-based Ulf Mejergren Architects (UMA) has drawn up plans for a cross-shaped swimming pool covering the entire roof area, watched over by the statues of the 12 apostles that escaped the inferno.
As the restoration following last month’s massive fire at Notre Dame gets real, there are many questions for the politicians.
One of the landmarks of Paris, even fire-damaged, Notre Dame is still a huge draw.
Do you rebuild what was already there or opt for something new? Thomas de Monchot considers the options.
Cathy Racon-Bouzon, LREM MP has responded to critics of the restoration project following the fire last month.
What might replace Notre Dame’s spire?
The New York Times has some suggestions…