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Attaching the Cafritz name to a cheap glass building with no character or charm seems fitting. There should be a special rung in hell for such architects.

I hope BF Saul uses the latest innovate environmentally friendly practices -- well beyond the District's low ball LEED standards. Reducing energy/utility costs to as close to zero as possible, is the smartest thing for owners and property managers. Low energy costs make housing more affordable -- even for rich folks.

by arch on Feb 26, 2013 4:02 pm • linkreport

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