Hadid: too many teams will produce a mediocre Paris

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Zaha Hadid has hit out at French president Nicolas Sarkozy’s competition to rethink Paris, claiming that seeking advice from 10 teams of multidisciplinary consultants and architects is set to produce a “mediocre” city.

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