While we admit some disappointment with Zaha's latest buildings (the car factory, and the project that Ourousoff wrote his love note to in the New York Times last month), projects like this one give us cause to get excited. We agree with the folks at Daily Dose, who brought this to our attention: the curvature is somewhat arbitrary, but in the view above, it seems perfectly arbitrary. Paris is a city used to architectural disjunctions of this sort, it fits in perfectly. Plus, it's covered in gold Legos.
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