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Architecture

At Harvard's Science Center, additions are part of the equation

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / January 16, 2005

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It's always tricky when an architect is asked to add to a prominent building by another architect. Architectural purists often hate that kind of meddling. But others, including this writer, love the way architecture becomes more fascinating as it becomes encrusted with changes over time. Rafael Moneo, the Pritzker Prize-winning Spanish architect, once wrote, ''I've never seen a building addition ... (Full article: 1023 words)

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