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World's weird and wonderful forms open doors to experiment

Is Deconstructionism the new establishment? The RIBA's decision to award its Gold Medal to Frank Gehry is evidence that, even in stuffy old England, Deconstructionism has ceased to be seen as the preserve of exuberant undergraduates and obscure theoreticians.With the completion of the Cancer Care Centre in Dundee the UKwill have a Gehry concoction of its own, while the Imperial War Museum - North, the subject of this week's construction study, is introducing Manchester to Daniel Libeskind's ...

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