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September 28th, 2012

The residential Museum Tower building in Dallas issues a formal letter stating that it is working to resolve issues that its highly reflective surface has created for the Nasher Sculpture Center, an outdoor “roofless” museum. The New York times reports that due to the glare, the reflection from Museum Tower is burning the plants in the center’s garden and virtually blinding museum goers.Read the full article via The New York Times