Bricks and Metaphor Commentator Jonathan Kranz is grateful for the decision to save rather than demolish the Romanesque town hall in his home town of Winchester, Massachusetts. He rues the parallel trends of smaller, plainer public spaces and more grandiose private ones and what they say about our lives and communities.
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Commentator Jonathan Kranz is grateful for the decision to save rather than demolish the Romanesque town hall in his home town of Winchester, Massachusetts. He rues the parallel trends of smaller, plainer public spaces and more grandiose private ones and what they say about our lives and communities.