Top architects defend some of the most hated buildings in the world

05 June of 2015 by

Can the field’s top minds change the way we think about a doomed housing project in Naples or the most abhorred skyscraper in Paris? Allow them to try.Zaha Hadid, Norman Foster, Annabelle Selldorf, and (everyone’s favorite) Daniel Libeskind are among the architects who sum up their thoughts on some of the most controversial buildings around the world. What’s your take on these projects?More:Zaha Hadid, Piers Gough, other leading cultural figures criticize Heatherwick’s London Garden BridgeFrick Collection drops controversial expansion planFrank Lloyd Wright house causes controversy in wealthy Phoenix neighborhoodDeveloper wants to re-use and trademark the 5Pointz name for their new residential towers

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