Copernicus Goes To Baghdad (Via Beirut and Baku)
"If Paul Klee took a line for a walk, then Zaha took the surfaces that were driven by that line out for a virtual dance, and then deftly folded them over, and then took them out for a journey into space."
So said Sir Peter Cook, an architect, when Zaha Hadid became the first woman to win the Royal Gold Medal from the Royal Institute of British Architects. "Her work is certainly not modest," he added, "and she herself is the opposite of modest. Indeed her vociferous criticism of poor work or . . .
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