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What's next for architecture, the Wall Street Journal asks architect Shigeru Ban. "Historically, architects worked for privileged people, religious groups, noblemen. Now architects are working for big corporations, governments, rich people trying to display their power and money by monumental architecture. It is the same." He also weighs in on how the "quality of [big] projects is getting lower and lower". [WSJ, via archinect]