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The Quotable Liz Diller

Co.Design wonders if Elizabeth Diller, one of the architects who advised MoMA to demolish the American Folk Art Museum to make way for an expansion, is still wrestling with the decision even now. Her response to an earlier piece on morality and commissions, now published in full, finds her unsure of whether it's "better to mummify a building or just let go of it," having to "remind myself that the AFAM is a small part of a bigger effort to make MoMA better." [Co.Design; previously]