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February 18 - February 24, 2013

A French court has awarded damages to an architect whose museum design was altered by an addition decades later. What do you think of this?


If architects want this, they should put it in the contract.
Absurd. Architects have no claim on a design once the contract is complete.
The law should protect architects’ intellectual property, as it does for authors and musicians.

Voting for this poll closed on Sunday, February 24, 2013



Tagged categories: Architects; Architecture; Color + Design; Laws and litigation; Lawsuits
   

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