Vancouver's Olympic Architecture Falls Short

This column from <em>The Tyee</em> looks at the architecture for Vancouver's 2010 Olympic games and is not impressed.
December 23, 2008, 5am PST | Nate Berg
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"Why is Vancouver, with design talent that more than matches Beijing, shaping up to offer such an unremarkable Olympic architectural legacy?"

"Sure, Winter Games are smaller-scale, lower-profile and a lot colder than Bejing 2008. But aside from that, it's a bit of a head-shaker. The firms responsible for the 2010 venues include a few of Vancouver's top architects. Neither their names nor their imagination, though, will carry much weight in 2010."

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Published on Wednesday, December 17, 2008 in The Tyee
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