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Architecture

Industrial strength

Historic factory under pressure from the present

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / November 30, 2008

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I guess it's a recession. Recessions hit architecture quicker and harder than most fields. When the economy is iffy, the people who build buildings - developers, governments, institutions - get nervous. Architectural dreams go on hold until things look brighter. (Full article: 1041 words)

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