• Modern Architects Stink at Lying. Luckily, That's Fixable

    1 month ago - By Arch Daily

    © Steven Zucker , under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 license. Image"Parson Weems' Fable" painting (1939) depicts Parson Weems and his famous story of George Washington and the Cherry Tree
    This article was originally published on Common Edge. Apart from dressing like an undertaker, wearing black-rimmed circular glasses, and driving Swedish cars, modern architects' most conspicuous trait is their aesthetic honesty, which is dangerous. Sincerity leaves little room for imagination.
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