Marco Goldschmied

  • Zaha Hadid’s retrospective exhibition spirals up the New York Guggenheim, following the timeline of her work over the last 30 years.

    A voyage around Zaha


    Zaha Hadid's New York show is a visual feast, writes Marco Goldschmied

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    Motor men chase design credit, too


    People sometimes gasp when told how long a project can take from commission to occupation. Even excluding madcap planning inquiries such as the one for Heathrow's Terminal 5, the average timeframe can still be pretty daunting. But other products can take just as long, despite being exempt from planning permission ...

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    Number crunching that dilutes quality


    There is no doubt the concept of Private Public Partnerships is here to stay, at least for a while. What is less certain is how it will operate in delivering the "quality architecture" everyone from Whitehall downwards glibly talks about.