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Poorly executed? I think this looks great. It also mentions in the article how they've been planning this for 7 years and are still looking to try to save money, so to imply something they've been working so hard to accomplish is poorly executed and a joke is likely very insensitive especially from the likes of you.
What's not subjective is deciding to make light of something that an American Indian group has been working very hard on, on a strict budget to bring the character and feel of their heritage into a building that young adults can build on their future and history all together into a productive space. Sure it would have been easier and probably cheaper to have square windows, so while you don't have to "like" it, it's probably best not to make jokes about how "poorly" they were able to execute their own heritage into the buildingin a "cheap" and "simplistic" way.
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