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Paul Goldberger: A flamboyant architect's quieter side.

July 17, 2011

I once heard a prominent museum director call Zaha Hadid the Lady Gaga of architecture. Her fame as an architect owes much to her image as a flamboyant diva who produces striking, over-the-top buildings—a wild woman who makes wild things. Perhaps this is why, despite being . . . (Subscription required.)

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