By Jacqueline Drayer

Jacqueline lives in Belgium, where she researches art museum architecture as a Fulbright Fellow and confounds locals with her attempts to speak Flemish.

  1. Architecture is more than the sum of its visual features or appraisal value -- it can be a permanent marker of a place’s values, history, and thought processes. Whether or not we always like what it says or how it's presented, saving and preserving some of it is crucial to understanding who we are and where we live.

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