By Amanda Baillieu, Amanda Baillieu Amanda Baillieu 2006-11-03T00:00:00
From Nervi’s stadium for the Rome games to Isosaki’s for Barcelona, it’s hard to think of an Olympics where the architecture has not been commissioned by the host nation as a work of civic stature with international status.
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