Strange New World 

Seeing Spanish architects' inventive designs reminds us of what we're missing in red-brick Richmond.

The Spanish economy may be in a deep ditch, but its architecture is hitting exhilarating heights — that is, if the 33 projects featured in "Young Architects of Spain" are any indication. While no biographical information is provided regarding the architects,…

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