Joseph Giovannini

Architect and architecture critic

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Architect and architecture critic for publications including New York Magazine and the New York Times

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Brexit fallout for the US, how to combat ISIS, a volatile race for his successor… President Obama has a lot on his plate right now.

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Brexit fallout for the US, how to combat ISIS, a volatile race for his successor… President Obama has a lot on his plate right now.

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Zaha Hadid was just five years out of architecture school in London when she stunned her peers with her 1982 winning design for The Peak, a leisure club on Victoria Peak overlooking…

Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid was just five years out of architecture school in London when she stunned her peers with her 1982 winning design for The Peak, a leisure club on Victoria Peak overlooking…

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