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More on PennDesign's upgrades to Meyerson Hall:
Ooooh.

This is fantastic! Meyerson Hall was one of Penn's shittiest buildings. I don't think anybody who's spent more than five minutes inside of it doubts it needed work done on it, and bad.
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Ooooh.

This is fantastic! Meyerson Hall was one of Penn's shittiest buildings. I don't think anybody who's spent more than five minutes inside of it doubts it needed work done on it, and bad.
And it's especially ironic given that it's the home of Penn's School of Design, including its historically eminent architecture program.
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And it's especially ironic given that it's the home of Penn's School of Design, including its historically eminent architecture program.
. . . true of most eminent architecture school buildings (and academic buildings in general) built in the 1950s - 1970s. The slick architects selected tried so hard to be cutting edge they were bound to fail.
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