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Wright stuff

Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture school, is still going strong 43 years after his death. But the New York Times says there is student unrest over new codes governing the design of shelters, requiring use of previous foundations and portable materials. Last year a 5m shelter used 850 green plastic milk crates.

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