Inga Saffron believes there is architecture and there are places, and you can't write about one without writing about the other.
A century ago, when bicycle races were all the rage, velodromes were as common as baseball diamonds. Racers demonstrated their endurance by pedaling through grueling, six-day marathons - while fans demonstrated theirs by bellying up to the velodrome's bar.
VELODROME: ANOTHER PUBLIC LAND GRAB? Architecture critic Inga Saffron's views on the proposal. HOME&DESIGN | D1
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