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There aren't many people in the world who would attempt to contain Zaha Hadid. Had he been alive, Frank Lloyd Wright may well have been one of them. "Zaha said she didn't believe the building was fluid," says assistant architectural curator at the New York Guggenheim, Monica Ramirez-Montagut. "She pinpointed ...
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