Architect Amin Taha believes that style is over. Finished. Kaput. In this brilliant essay, he says that whilst it is still just about tenable that style can be an identifiable “look”, as a device for critical engagement, style as a meaningful unity, standing alone and yet representing many, is undoubtedly a thing of the past. Not only is style unimportant but it is actually intolerant, he says. Taha’s profound essay is an extended plea that “no-style” be the new temper of our times.