Slippery slope

Hadid’s Michigan interior.

The sloping wall, most recently seen in the illustration of Zaha Hadid’s Michigan art museum (News December 18) but also in Libeskind’s V&A extension and latterly his prefabricated houses (News October 2) as well as Herzog & de Meuron’s revised Tate Modern extension (Debate October 16) externally looks great

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