Behold, this week's goodness at The Gutter...
1) Elizabeth Diller, delivering a lecture at Columbia, entitled, "What They Forgot to Teach You in Architecture School," is told everything she might not want to hear about her firm's Lincoln center project.
2) Ten good bits from The New Republic's takedown of the new MoMa: #2: "Almost as soon as the noisy media-drenched re-opening of the Museum of Modern Art was over, a strange silence enveloped the museum and all its doings."
3) Brad Pitt likes architecture books and Libeskind.
· The Gutter [gutter.curbed.com]