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The Year's Worst Architecture

We're pleased Blair Kamin isn't content only to recap the year's best architecture and urban design. In today's Cityscapes column, he merrily gives the old heave-ho to a bunch of duds and outright offenses erected during the past year. From the universally-chagrined Bank of America adds on our iconic bridge houses to the sprawling, maniacal Post Office development plan, Kamin tries to keep our compasses grounded in the struggle between right and wrong. [Cityscapes]