Havana's high-flyers

Cuban architecture is often accused of falling below international standards, but this cannot be applied to Havana airport's Terminal Three. The architects selected by the Cuban government, Dolly Gomez and her partner, Mario Girona, have impressive experience of international work, including involvement in Granada's airport in 1983. Katherine MacInnes talks ...

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