"... and the interstitial building with its squiggly entry leads to unnecessarily crammed interior spaces, for instance."
That's an awkward sentence about awkwardness — note the double "for instance" — from a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article titled "The singular vision and big ambition of Domes architect Donald Grieb."
The Domes — the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory — "have become an emblem of civic neglect."
There are a lot of domes out there, from the time when domes seemed like The Future, and even the purely coherent domes of Buckminster Fuller are crumbling into incoherence through neglect.
The Future was once a concept, and when it was made real, real people said no, but we may say yes again, if only to preserve the crazy old idea of The Future we had in the past.