The Decade in Architecture: Strutting Structures Soaring in Triumph

The Wall Street Journal

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According to Wall Street Journal Contributor Michael Lewis, the recent decade began with a faltering financial recovery but the skyscrapers and cultural buildings now gracing skylines are triumphant. In his breakdown of this decade’s architecture, Lewis includes Crystal Bridges – alongside the Whitney, MoMA and the Barnes Foundation – as a notable building of culture. He says, “Just as ambitious, and successful, Moshe Safdie’s Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has made remote Bentonville, Ark., an unlikely pilgrimage site.”



Published in Media on December 17, 2019