Last summer, The New York Times Magazine held a Zoom gathering of three architects (Toshiko Mori, Annabelle Selldorf, Vincent Van Duysen), two designers (Es Devlin, Tom Dixon), and three journalists of the newspaper (Tom Delavan, Nikil Saval, Kurt Soller) to concoct a list of the 25 most important buildings raised after 1945, a follow-up to other art-and-design listings previously published by the Sunday supplement. The effort to cover seven decades and make works and authors of diverse nature coincide has resulted in a questionable canon which three seasoned critics and historians comment on...[+]

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