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East 17th Street to be extended
Good luck; he tends to hate the CSU campus architecture, and loves constantly writing that it represents Brutalism at its worst. Which is odd, because he often prefers very modern, slab-sided or abstract architecture, even if it sticks out like a sore thumb. He may hate brutalism, but he seems to like the mentality of "destroy the old, create the new" that was behind it.
Then again, I am not architect.
There are already some great examples today of how campus (and pre-campus) has physically developed over the past 100+ years, from the Mather mansion to the Levin College, Fenn Tower to Rhodes Tower, the Main Classroom Building to the new rec center. It's pretty intriguing, really.
Hmmm...not exactly loving the campus architecture on www.gwathmey-siegel.com
Good luck; he tends to hate the CSU campus architecture, and loves constantly writing that it represents Brutalism at its worst.