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Architect finds beauty in the asphalt jungle

Anne Lucius (left) and James Kraus lift a poster created by an asphalt roller as part of an event designed to promote greater creativity in the design and use of asphalt spaces. Anne Lucius (left) and James Kraus lift a poster created by an asphalt roller as part of an event designed to promote greater creativity in the design and use of asphalt spaces. (John Blanding/Globe Staff)
By Karen Campbell
Globe Correspondent / December 7, 2008

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Most of us walk, drive, and park on it every day, but we rarely give asphalt a second thought - until we trip on a crack or hit a pothole or notice with dismay yet another instance where someone "paved paradise and put up a parking lot," as the Joni Mitchell song "Big Yellow Taxi" recounts. (Full article: 850 words)

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