Good architecture should be flexible and its too easy to screw up project by placing it in wrong physical folder. When dependencies grow, librarry becomes set in stone and no one is willing to move project and update relative paths in all projects.
When you see code smell you just fix or make it more readable and move on. What to do when you notice that projects are missplaced ? Well you probably will leave it as is, fixing it would be huge time sink.
To make these structure fixes easier I wrote dotnet tool that will move projects to correct folder. Correct folder being visual studio virtual directory. And fix all (to my knowledge) paths, If I missed some just create pull request or raise GitHub issue.
├───DatabaseConnection ├───Helpers │ └───MusicianLibrary ├───MusicLibrary ├───SpecialLibrary └───StructurlFailure
├───DatabaseConnection ├───StructurlFailure └───ThirdParty ├───MusicianLibrary ├───MusicLibrary └───SpecialFolder └───SpecialLibrary
Source code: https://github.com/floatas/UPS