In the wake of the comedy known as El Tovar, it boggles the mind to
see industrious Frank Lloyd Wrongs still trying to sneak Moorish
Wal-Marts into neighborhoods of modest Spanish bungalows, cramming
D-sized monstrosities into C-sized lots.
I'm not advocating a cookie-cutter approach to architecture, and I
also realize that one man's penthouse is another's outhouse, but there is
an element of common sense and courtesy that these entrepreneurs might