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Wrong greenery

Apious thought from Michael Sorkin in the fall 2000 issue of Harvard Design Magazine : 'We always hear that green architecture 'looks bad' and most of it does. At the end of the day, though, separating your trash is probably a greater contribution to world architecture than Bilbao.' Whether this is a hymn to ecology or an insult to Gehry is not easy to tell.

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