A New Architectural Piece from Slate

by phil on Friday Aug 22, 2003 6:30 PM

Risky Business - Will Santiago Calatrava's high-design style work at Ground Zero? By Christopher Hawthorne

Santiago Calatrava, the 52-year-old Spaniard picked earlier this month to design a big new train and subway station at the World Trade Center site, is a singular figure in the design world: a remarkably inventive architect who's also a civil engineer and a sculptor. But is he a good fit for Ground Zero?

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