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‘Architecture of play’ plays out across streets and structures of Rochester (access required)

To clarify, this isn’t a piece on the Strong National Museum of Play—at least not completely. Last week I hosted the American Institute of Architects Annual Meeting in Downtown Rochester. This was the first meeting held downtown in over a decade and yielded the largest attendance ever for the Rochester Chapter. The event highlighted the huge ...

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