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.

Source: Hawkeye Aerial Photography

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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