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Architecture

For the new Genzyme Building, it's what's inside that counts

Feel-good spaces make office work

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / February 22, 2004

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There are two ways to think about a building. You can look at it from the outside, as a sort of enormous outdoor sculpture. Or you can think about it from the inside, as a set of spaces in which people will live or work. (Full Article: 1127 Words)

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