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Architecture

Studying the brain in a building of understated beauty

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / December 18, 2005

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Charles Correa, who designed the new Brain and Cognitive Science building at MIT, talks as if he wouldn't dream of disparaging the neighbor building across the street. That building is the wildly inventive Stata Center, by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry. (Full article: 989 words)

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