Architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the maker of such masterpieces as the Fallingwater house, said if a building didn't leak, then the design wasn't pushing the envelop. Former Boston University president John Silber argues in his new book Architecture of the Absurd that contemporary "starchitects" are disfiguring the practical art of building buildings ... on time, on budget and leak-free.
Is arty architecture absurd? Or is it necessary innovation? Here's your chance to weigh in on our bricks-and-mortar debate.