The traditional practice that says a building deserves landmark status after 50 years is unfair to modernist architecture, said Theodore Prudon, a professor of historic preservation at Columbia University, speaking at the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach last week. Prudon said buildings should qualify for landmark status after 30 years.
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