Big Box Blunders

Big Box stores are a symbol of bad architecture in the new millennium. While in the past department stores sometimes constructed the most beautiful buildings in a city downtown (see Railroad Exchange, Syndicate Trust, etc.) the current level of artistic achievement in large retail is abysmal. And even worse, unlike a building such as the Syndicate Trust, big boxes are not necessarily easy to convert to new uses.

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  1. Liam Moran says:

    Here’s another story on the same topic.

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