Sharpe, Thomas
June 2000
Architectural Record;Jun2000, Vol. 188 Issue 6, p36
Trade Publication
Reports on the controversy involving architect Michael Reynolds. Reynolds' voluntary surrender of his license; Complaints against Reynolds' works as an architect; Plan to change the name of company from Solar Survival Architecture to Biotecture.


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