One more note: It's a damn fine piece of writing, too. As passionate as it is tailored. Here's a good sample:
Why is this wrong? (demolishing landmarked buildings under the guise of saving their facades in pieces) The fact I even have to pose the question gives me the shakes. Reassembled fragments are not buildings; they're what you find lining the stairs of the Art Institute, pinned to the walls like butterflys to a board. Buildings are lived in. They are not a "perfected" Empire State Building, reassembled as a come-on to a Vegas casino.
Man, I'm with him. Do you think it will be okay if I just say that at tomorrow's meeting?