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March 27 - April 2, 2016

China has recently outlawed “odd-shaped” buildings as part of an effort to regulate city growth. Do you think this will work?


China has recently outlawed “odd-shaped” buildings as part of an effort to regulate city growth. Do you think this will work?

Answers Votes
No. Odd-shaped buildings are not the problem. 31%
Yes. Strange architecture forms are not economical or functional. 69%


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Tagged categories: Aesthetics; Architecture; Building design; Color; Design

Comment from Jesse Melton, (3/31/2016, 7:38 AM)

Managed growth, economy and function are very different things. Choosing between an unspecified "the problem" and a top heavy, spoon fed answer isn't outlining any sort of reader opinion. The fact that few people actually read and consider survey options in relation to the other options is well known. Reinforcing that fact doesn't seem very useful.


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