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Architecture

Should this building be razed? Says who?

When local taste meets aesthetic standards

The Waterfront Leisure Complex The Waterfront Leisure Complex in Bournemouth has been targeted for demolition after it was voted the building the people of England would most want to see knocked down. (Chris Smith / File 2007)
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / February 21, 2010

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Taking architectural criticism to an extreme, a British city plans to tear down a building because it’s too ugly. (Full article: 816 words)

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