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Where Is Architecture’s #MeToo Moment?

Seven months after women accused Richard Meier of sexual harassment, too little has been done to change the profession.
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The Architect Richard Meier Steps Down After Harassment Allegations

Seven months after taking a leave of absence, Mr. Meier, one of the world’s “starchitects,” is departing from the leadership of his firm.
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Arts academy condemns conduct of some members

NEW YORK (AP) — The American Academy of Arts and Letters is condemning the “abhorrent” conduct of members facing sexual harassment allegations, but otherwise is declining to take further action...
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Women Say Richard Meier’s Conduct Was Widely Known Yet Went Unchecked

More women have accused the famous architect of sexual misconduct, and they say the firm seemed powerless to stop his behavior.
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Renowned architect Richard Meier, who designed the Rachofsky House in Dallas, is accused of sexual harassment


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5 Women Accuse Architect Richard Meier Of Sexual Harassment

Prize-winning architect Richard Meier is taking a six-month leave from the firm he founded after sexual harassment complaints.
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Landmark modernist home on Long Island Sound for sale

A home on Long Island Sound that was designed by architect Richard Meier and became a modernist landmark has gone up for sale in Connecticut.
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LA's Getty Center built to protect its treasures from flames

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Getty Center art complex in Los Angeles made sure it could protect its priceless artwork and antiquities from flames like those just across a freeway Wednesday, from its..
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Richard Meier on the Getty Center as it turns 20

The architect's collection of hilltop buildings in white metal and travertine opened to the public on Dec. 16, 1997. Is there anything he'd do differently? Times critic Christopher Hawthorne finds out.
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