THOSE WHO SAW STIRLING ON SITE SAID HE HAD NEVER SEEMED SO RELAXED
In his 1984 review of Stirling's Staatsgalerie in the Architectural Review, Reyner Banham asked: 'How can so quintessentially English a Liverpudlian Scot as Stirling only 'nd architectural happiness outside his native isles?' Stuttgart agreed with Stirling. Those who visited him on site reported that he had never seemed so easy and relaxed, and the gallery remains his seminal work.
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