The silent treatment wont passify public

When things go wrong, the public’s perception of architects is defined by what they say or do not say. This week the architect Kathryn Gustafson told the world why she was not to blame for the series of glitches that closed the Diana Memorial Fountain. Unfortunately, the effect of her ...

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