Gehry again. His 700,000 sq. ft. computer science complex at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a whimsical update on the academic village. It combines about a dozen 120 ft. towers with a variety of smaller elements in an ensemble of dancing forms and careening lines that reads in places like a cartoon town, but with no hint of mere whimsy or kitsch, just pure, even stately imagination. What better setting for techno-types hoping to find inspiration as they ponder biomechatronics?