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Senior editor over at the Atlantic's Quartz writes that One World Trade Center is a "failure," thanks largely to a long string of previously analyzed design compromises—like the addition of a less-than-elegant 15-story blast-proof bunker at its base. Zach Seward writes: "From whatever angle you choose to view it, the edifice says just one thing with any passion: that it exists." Read on. [Quartz]