#76, Greenwich Village, NYC
After yesterday's assault on the eyes, a return to good taste. And then you realize: it sure is nice to look at, but there isn't much to say about symmetry, beauty, and good taste, apart from "Well done! What good taste! Tasteful! Impeccable!" Hmm. Could it be that we, in a backwards way, need the eyesores to give us perspective and keep the city alive and interesting? Or should we keep our architecture beautiful and leave that dubious job to the city-dwellers?