Architecture

The woman who would be King

The woman who would be King

Issue | 44
Text | Aasim Akhtar
Visuals | As Mentioned

If we talk of Zaha Hadid, we must celebrate the return of the cult of personality in architecture. For years this was criticised, declared a thing of the past and certainly politically incorrect as a concept. Yet this was a suspect rejection of the essential incentive of power, identity and by implication the condition of style without which the art was merely a series of polite whispering moves

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