Architecture Critic Huxtable Remembered For Clever, Biting Commentary



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Ada Louise Huxtable, the award-winning architecture critic for the New York Times, died at the age of 91. She was a pioneer of modern architecture criticism and was known for her clever and sometimes biting words. Paul Goldberger, contributing editor and architecture critic for Vanity Fair, speaks with Melissa Block about Huxtable's legacy.

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