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Architecture

The case for better buildings

Keys to future structures: care, cash, and consensus

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / February 3, 2008

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Why don't we get better architecture than we do? Why do so many new buildings look as if nobody - not the owner, not the architect, not the builder - has poured any love or pride into them? They're aloof, they're oversized, and they're so under-designed they look like the carton the real building came in. (Full article: 1029 words)

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