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It's incredible how today's architects not only cannot design a beautiful industrial building, but cannot even borrow a beautiful design from the past.

A very hearty "seconded." I really don't understand - what's stopping modern architecture from basically recreating that from the past? Why can't the whole thing echo if not entirely mimic some of those older car barns? We used to do it right and we've got the models sitting right in front of us; what's stopping us from beauty?

by MetroDerp on Nov 6, 2012 3:32 pm • linkreport

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