Ed Driscoll

THE MORAL EQUIVALENCE BETWEEN BAD ARCHITECTURE AND MASS MURDER

I had more respect for the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings, whose Gordon Bunshaft designed Lever House and the Union Carbide building in New York in the 1950s–both above-average examples of mid-century modernism (not to mention above average Mies van der Rohe knockoffs), until I read the quote that VodkaPundit found.

UPDATE: I just added my comments to the story on the VodkaPundit site.