WBUR's Bob Oakes recently traversed Boston with Josh Slater, an architect and principal partner at Boston-based Studio 3.0, to assess the architecture of the city's many, many newish construction projects.
Stops included Millennium Place, the Bolling Building, Millennium Tower, the Seaport's many glassy projects and the Kensington. While he had particular praise for Roxbury's Bolling and the change in the Seaport generally, Slater's verdict was not an altogether positive one. It reflected what many have been thinking and saying: Boston architecture is quite dull. Your thoughts?
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