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From the June/July 2010 Print Edition

When I attended architecture school in the 1980s, I was rather skeptical of the modernist project. Instead, I adhered to the novel idea that it was more important for buildings to be beautiful, harmonious, and ennobling than to be cutting edge. After rejecting the common wisdom that architecture . . . . Continue Reading »