Friday, July 8, 2011

Friday's Architecture Moment

Zaha Hadid's splendid opera house in the wastelands of Guangzhou, China:

It says something about the state of architecture today that the most alluring opera house built anywhere in the world in decades is in a generic new business district at the outer edge of this city, has no resident company and a second-rate program.


Steve Clowney

(photo found through Creative Commons search)

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