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Book Review: Hearts of the City

Herbert Muschamp was known as an advocate of innovation; he often criticized the lack of serious new architecture in the US and looked at architecture in connection to culture and politics, considering for example, the role of Republicans and Democrats … Continue reading

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On Muschamp

Critic of the week! Herbert Muschamp (1947-2007) started as an architecture critic for The New Republic in 1987 and succeeded Paul Goldberger at the New York Times in 1992.  He’s sometimes criticized for writing only (or mostly) on his friends, … Continue reading

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