Too much effort given to too few

Ed Hollis’s epiphany on ordinary buildings (“Too much novelty leaves us nowhere” Opinion June 17) struck a chord with me. Over the past decade a disproportionate amount of architectural thought and effort seems to have gone into a few special buildings at the expense of the bulk of everyday ones ...

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