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Spot the difference: Massie's Scottish pavilion

Astragal uncovers visual proof of why Graeme Massie disowned the Scottish Pavilion for the Kolkata Book Fair

No wonder Graeme Massie walked away from the ‘prestigious’ project to design the Scottish Pavilion for the British Council at the Kolkata Book Fair in India.

The Edinburgh-based architect had envisioned an airy, three-storey wooden pavilion with the upper half of the building open to the light (pictured).

Clearly the local designers, who were only supposed to deliver Massie’s dreams, had different ideas. Click here to see the less than wonderful result.

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