The high-priest of Austrian post-modernism, Hans Hollein, visited the Venice Biennale last week. Boots was keen to know what perhaps the world’s most unfashionable architect made of the British Pavilion. Nine Positions, he suggested, was at least six too many. Pawson and Lim got measured blessings but Hollein reserved his ...
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