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A French court has awarded damages to an architect whose museum design was altered by an addition decades later. What do you think of this?



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A French court has awarded damages to an architect whose museum design was altered by an addition decades later. What do you think of this?

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Absurd. Architects have no claim on a design once the contract is complete. 40%
If architects want this, they should put it in the contract. 47%
The law should protect architects’ intellectual property, as it does for authors and musicians. 13%


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