Zaha Hadid Architects’ Riverside museum in Glasgow

The museum sits in isolation from its “iconic” neighbours at the point where the Clyde and Kelvin meet.

City icon it may be, but Zaha Hadid’s Riverside transport museum is as removed from its Glasgow context as the cars and trains housed within its zinc-clad walls, says Steve Parnell

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