This is definitely true. At least in the 60s when they were tearing down the old buildings, it was expected that the replacements would be impressive, of good quality. Now that we know that turned out not to be the case, what remaining stock we have becomes much more precious. And the fire has rammed that home. For whatever reasons, architects today cannot or are completely incapable of producing a quality design. Perhaps it is because it is to easy to open a computer package, insert a box and a pile of identical square windows. Perhaps its because most of the time, they don't live in the city they are designing for, and have no consideration or care of the long lasting impact of the design.I think the fire has changed so many peoples opinions on architecture.