Iraq embassy architect: Our lips are sealed
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Berger Devine Yaeger, the Kansas City architecture firm at least partially responsible for the design of the bunker-like American embassy in Baghdad that opened last week, is remaining tight-lipped about its role in the project. Could be a wise decision, given this kind of press.
-- Christopher Hawthorne
(Via the indispensable ArchNewsNow.)