architecture review For urban design, Menino era scores highs and lows ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Wendy Maeda/ Globe Staff In terms of architecture, the Menino era had wins — like this police station in Dudley Square — and losses. Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston The ICA brought the drama of a museum building to South Boston. Mark Wilson/ Globe Staff/ file 2006 The Rose Fitzgerald Greenway has potential, but hardly the star power of New York's High Line. The Paramount Theatre - in what used to be the Combat Zone - is notable. George Rizer/ Globe Staff The Ferdinand Building in Dudley Square is to be rebuilt. Peter Vanderwarker Winner: Massachusetts College of Art's residential tower, clad in what looks like pastels. Historice Boston Inc. Winner: The Hayden Building, by H.H. Richardson. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Winner: The Isabella Gardner Museum's new wing, designed by Renzo Piano. CBT Arhitects Loser: There is no evidence that the redevelopment of the Government Center Garage will improve city life. Loser: The narcissistic crown for 111 Huntington Ave. makes it look like a perfume bottle.