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Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin didn't pull any punches in his assessment of Bill Davies' Old Main Post Office redevelopment plan. "The design, still in the formative stages, is as mediocre as it is megalomaniacal," Kamin writes, and it looks like "a bizarre throwback to the post-riot days of the 1970s when cities were viewed as dangerous places and it was thought that the only way to draw people to them was to imitate the suburbs." Ouch! Click through for the full column. [Cityscapes]