Octogenarian architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable still gives good criticism. The Wall Street Journal architecture critic appeared last week on "Charlie Rose" to discuss her latest book, "On Architecture: Collected Reflections on a Century of Change." In the interview, she mostly discusses major development in New York (she doesn't pull any punches in her criticism of the new World Trade Center) but she also touches on major works around the world, calling Gehry's Guggenheim in Bilbao, the "iconic piece for the 20th Century" and Disney Hall "magnificent." Worth it to watch Charlie flirt with Ada, while she scolds him like a school child. Sexy.
· A conversation with architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable [Charlie Rose]