The National Trust for Historic Preservation:
Threatened in Atlanta: Breuer's Last Design
By Angela Serratore | Online Only | Mar. 23, 2009
Preservation Magazine - One of the most notable pieces of modern architecture in the American South may be demolished and replaced with a new design.
Local artist Max Eternity, along with New York University Breuer scholar Isabelle Hyman, have turned to the blogosphere as a grassroots method of garnering support for the library. To demolish a modern structure so integrated with its environment, Eternity writes on the blog, "seems sociologically, aesthetically, and historically incomprehensible—to say nothing of economically wasteful."