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Changing Skyline: Details still fuzzy on Children's Hospital's research center
Posted on Fri, Dec 27, 2013
Developers use architectural renderings as a form of storytelling - highlighting what they want us to notice in their projects, obscuring what they don't. Some buildings are shown standing alone in the world, while others appear as mere specks in a crowd. At night, the lights are always blazing, as if electric bills didn't matter.
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