Zaha Hadid’s Riverside Museum

The Riverside Museum in Glasgow exists due to the city’s infinite nostalgia for its lost industrial past and chest-beating zeal for a new cultural and tourist-driven present. Relocated and upgraded from the museum’s original home, what was once the Museum of Transport now occupies part of a derelict stretch of land between banks of the Clyde and a thundering dual carriageway close to Foster’s armadillo-like conference centre and Chipperfield’s BBC.



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