Tag Archives: Oliver Wainwright

More Zaha stadium flap

Please don’t misinterpret these remarks as in any sense a defense of Zaha Hadid. Her proposed 2020 Olympic stadium in Tokyo has been mired in controversy and budget cuts, and  now one of Japan’s leading architects, Arato Isozaki, has sent … Continue reading

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A kinder, gentler Zaha

Lightening up on her typical aesthetic slash-and-turn violence, Zaha Hadid has designed a genocide museum and institute south of downtown Phnom Penh to honor the dead of Pol Pot’s savage regime. The commemoration has inspired Guardian architecture critic Oliver Wainwright … Continue reading

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