Post Modernism

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Most architects agree that "Post Modernism" is more of a mood than a style. Many buildings that are seemingly unrelated can all be classified as Post Modern, which can simply be defined as a structure that incorporates both past and present styles. In fact, a building may incorporate features or materials from many different styles. Much construction of the past 20 years falls under this macro category, including 96 South George Street.

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1991, 2002 by Scott D. Butcher

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