The End of an Error

In this week’s Takimag column, our favorite doctor remembers yet another distasteful modernist architect who managed to uglify many English city landscapes throughout his mediocre career.

The deceased was an eminent architect, Owen Luder—eminent in the sense that his buildings had a profound effect on the towns and cities in which they were erected, and in his evident capacity to promote himself (the key to all architectural advancement since at least the Second World War, if not before).

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