Does the recession mean an end for iconic architecture?

Amidst all the articles on architecture and the recession, this one in the Chicago Tribune caught my eye.Taking its lead from Obama's plan for economic recovery, it suggests it's goodbye for iconic architecture - but hello for infrastructure spending the premise isn't new, the article does a nice ...

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