Have Herzog & de Meuron joined the conservatives?

If the New York Times architecture critic Nicolai Ouroussoff is to be believed, Herzog & de Meuron are showing worrying signs of a conservatism that is taking over the architectural world. But is one building really a good thermometer for the creativity of the entire profession?Herzog & de Meuron are ...

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