Monday, December 11, 2006

GSA modernist controversy continues
While a Chicago Tribune story reported that the federal government's General Services Administration appointed a modernist to be chief architect, a recent Wall Street Journal article notes that the agency also chose a "traditionalist" to be "federal architectural fellow." The November 29 WSJ article is only available by subscription or through library databases. The WSJ article says that "David Winstead, the GSA's commissioner of the Public Buildings Services, says the appointments ensure the 'full spectrum' of architects will be hired."

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