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Creativity replaces cookie-cutter in architecture

In another age of architecture, the hallmark of a project often wasn't design creativity. It was more like: have Jell-O mold, will build. Just look at the cookie-cutter sports stadiums constructed from the mid-1960s through the 1970s. Who could tell the Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh from Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati from Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia from Busch Stadium ...

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