Karl Moore blames his generation for a lot of things - including bad architecture.
"Our library at McGill, it's ugly," he told The Moscow News on a recent visit to the city. "Today, we have gorgeous new buildings, gorgeous old buildings, but there's a time where you go, ‘This is as bad as Stalinist or Maoist brutal stuff.' It was useful, but it was ugly."
An associate professor at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management, Moore understands the usefulness of the "modernist" ideas of his generation in their time, but he sees it coming to an end as younger generations enter the workforce in a still imperfect world.
Read full article: The Moscow News, March 22, 2013