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Seria a arquitetura moderna algo para se odiar?

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Um artigo da Current Affairs tem um título e subtítulo bem provocativos:
Why You Hate Contemporary Architecture
And if you don’t, why you should…

The British author Douglas Adams had this to say about airports: “Airports are ugly. Some are very ugly. Some attain a degree of ugliness that can only be the result of special effort.” Sadly, this truth is not applicable merely to airports: it can also be said of most contemporary architecture.
Let’s be really honest with ourselves: a brief glance at any structure designed in the last 50 years should be enough to persuade anyone that something has gone deeply, terribly wrong with us. Some unseen person or force seems committed to replacing literally every attractive and appealing thing with an ugly and unpleasant thing. The architecture produced by contemporary global capitalism is possibly the most obvious visible evidence that it has some kind of perverse effect on the human soul. Of course, there is no accounting for taste, and there may be some among us who are naturally are deeply disposed to appreciate blobs and blocks.
O artigo é bem longo e traz uma reflexão sobre a arquitetura moderna, como ela conversa com seu ambiente e outros temas.
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