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Now a looming new addition has appeared — and is causing outrage.
Poking its faecal peak above the historic skyline, puncturing the globally cherished panorama of elegant stone steeples and spires, this shimmering pile is evidence that, despite all the Unesco World Heritage site protections, conservation group campaigns and lengthy planning negotiations, shit still happens. From others, it looms up in the background, standing as a menacing dung heap at the end of axial vistas perhaps appropriately in the case of the Melville monumentproviding a soiled backdrop to a man who delayed the abolition of slavery.
The form of the Edinburgh-born Walnut Whip chocolate snack has been mentioned, too, along with a spiral of orange peel, and even an iced cupcake — anything to distract the scatological mind.
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There are some parts of the city that are more serious and introverted, but this is the opposite. The hotel has certainly aroused mirth.
Meanwhile, the Golden Turd Hotel Twitter amasses photos of the structure posted by its followers, rejoicing in its having topped a poll last year for the worst building in the world. There will certainly be nothing like celebrating Hogmanay at the summit of the massive jobby, with degree views of the city and the North Sea beyond.
The hotel is still under construction and is due to open next year, but the surrounding St James shopping mall opened last week, allowing visitors a closer look at the great coiled midden. A rupture in the granite paving is surrounded by little sculpted waves, as if the ground had been ripped open by the force of subterranean bowel movements. Just a few days after opening, it had already been roped off, the clumsily fitted steel cladding panels patched up with gaffer tape the developer insists they will be replaced.
A sturdy turd this is not. The hotel is just the gilded tip of a ,sq metre 1. It replaces a maligned s megastructure that had always been seen as a blot on the New Town.
Perry says they looked at options for reusing the buildings, but their panellised structure made it impossible — and the council was eager to see the wrecking ball swing. It has been a long time coming. Rebranded as Nuveen Real Estate inthe developer had form in controversial regeneration schemes: Henderson planned to destroy Smithfield Market in the City of London, until their plans were quashed by the secretary of state in Blocked in London, they channelled their energies further north, where, with the mighty backing of TIAA, they were welcomed with open arms.
The brutalist bulk of the structure gave the developer ammunition to argue that anything it proposed was an improvement — which, at ground level, it mostly is. Deed by Edinburgh architect Alan Murraywith the large commercial architecture firm BDP, the masterplan makes sense of the complex topography, stitching into the surrounding streets at three different levels.
However, dramatic flooding during storms over the weekend suggests it might not be built to withstand the Scottish elements. Both are the work of Jon Jerdethe US godfather of the themed mall, who paved the way for this suburban building type to be reimposed back on to the very city centres it was trying to emulate, creating a weird feedback loop of fake street-like streets and patrolled piazzas.
It has since become the ubiquitous model of 21st-century urbanism, as city centres across the world are relentlessly mallified. It is hoped that the gargantuan car park will have alternative uses, too.
It features a DJ booth and movable soundproof partitions that can be wheeled out to enclose a nightclub for the hotel, while the floors have been deed to be easily converted in future, into a supermarket for example. The architecture itself eschews the Jerde fireworks, instead creating a generic vanilla backdrop for the shop fit-outs, while the outer walls have been wrapped in a thin skin of limestone in an attempt to blend them into the neighbouring streets.
The only problem is that the surrounding Unesco-listed townscape is built of buff sandstone. Beyond the aesthetics, there are questions about the impact of this vast retail vortex on the rest of the city. There is also questionable wisdom in welcoming a room hotel and room aparthotel to a city that already has a glut of such accommodation, with more than 6, more hotel rooms in the pipeline, according to a council report.
Like the controversial US system of tax increment financingthe idea is that the initial public outlay will be repaid by increased revenues from business rates. Advocates argue the model stimulates investment in rundown areas, while critics say it is an opaque developer giveaway without much public benefit. The chortling turd will have the last laugh.
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Having made its way on to the skyline, against the advice of council planning officers and heritage groups voted through by seven to five at committee, along party linesit has become the self-appointed arbiter of the city. When the council granted permission in for the Dunard Centre, a drum-shaped concert hall by Sir David Chipperfield on a site to the west of the hotel, Nuveen successfully raised a legal challenge and forced the project back to the drawing board to downsize.
Its justification? The building would have a damaging impact on the Unesco World Heritage-listed skyline. The developer also vetoed a promising proposal for new film studios on the outskirts of the cityon the grounds that it might include a retail element in future.
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