Warehouses are not commercially driven? I'm confused!The palazzo warehouses were never 'modern' but instead a reinterpretation of ancient venetian gothic using modern building methods and materials. Who's to say we can't do the same today where the site is right... e.g. to complete a gap site in a largely historic area of the city center.
Why are most of the new styles we create just a bit shit future architect? The answer is modern architecture is simply too commercially driven to create consistent quality