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Why Zaha Hadid Designs With Curves And Not Corners
"People think that the most appropriate building is a rectangle, because that's typically the best way of using space. But is that to say that landscape is a waste of space? The world is not a rectangle. You don't go into a park and say: 'My God, we don't have any corners.' It's like saying that everyone has to write in exactly the same way. And it is simply not the case." The Guardian (UK) 09/22/13
Posted September 27, 2013 12:47 AM




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