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New Yorker architecture critic harsh on Apple 'spaceship'


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Nope, never heard of him. But I really couldn't care less if he likes Apple's design or not.
Except your initial thought before even knowing that much about him was "He must be a jealous architect," later to be changed to disapproval of his profession.

This is getting off topic, though. On the subject of the building itself, I seem to recall reading a while back that Steve Jobs had a certain amount of input when it came to the design. Can anyone find the article saying as much? I always found his level of micromanaging interesting.
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Except your initial thought before even knowing that much about him was "He must be a jealous architect," later to be changed to disapproval of his profession.

This is getting off topic, though. On the subject of the building itself, I seem to recall reading a while back that Steve Jobs had a certain amount of input when it came to the design. Can anyone find the article saying as much? I always found his level of micromanaging interesting.
Yes, you're right, my first thought was that no matter what he said to the press he would not have turned down the opportunity to have his name associated with the Apple 'mothership.' Then I realized he wasn't an architect and came to conclusion #2.
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