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The Problem of Contemporary Architecture Redux

Charleston will be in a tizzy today, or at least certain elements of it, as an unabashedly-contemporary building gained approval last night at the City's Board of Architectural Review. To embrace the controversy, I thought I'd re-run MTM's piece about his views on Charleston and contemporary architecture:

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Sign The Petition To Demand Net Neutrality

It's Memorial Day in the United States. A day to remember those brave men and women who gave their lives so that all Americans can be free. They died, in part, to ensure our Constitutionally-guaranteed right to free speech.

I thank them.

Even while our Federal Communications Commission (AKA Bought-and-Paid-For Stooges of big corporations) takes a big ole dump on their memory.

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I Came. I Saw. I READ.

I read an article in the Washington Post recently. Reading Is Different Online Than Off. Seriously. Click on the link.

I'll wait.

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A Code Section Rant

No. This is not a rant about my cootchie.

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The Problem of Contemporary Architecture

Besides being Andra's Mate/Target/Muse, I am also an architect in Charleston, SC. That means I am often asked my opinions about various Charleston buildings, especially works of contemporary architecture.

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