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Architecture

When modesty is the best policy

In the South End, a building for an admirable public purpose fits in beautifully with its surroundings

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / March 23, 2008

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Major buildings by famous architects get most of the press attention in today's celebrity culture. But sometimes it's more satisfying to see a modest design, for an admirable public purpose, that's been done nearly perfectly. (Full article: 1053 words)

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