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Architecture in 2015: Good, Bad & the Potato Chips

Architecture kept on architect-ing in 2015, and like all things post-recession, it expanded into side hustles. For the sixth year-in-review in a row, Dallas Morning News architecture critic Mark Lamster (@marklamster) and Curbed's own Alexandra Lange (@LangeAlexandra) examine the best and worst design events, buildings, controversies, architectural stunts, and personalities of 2015. This year, they're handing out prizes with no shortage of material (some of it food-related), focusing on works demanding praise and damnation—sometimes both.
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