Gaudí day job fantasies

My second New York Times Mag mini-column is on the futuristic skyscraper Antoni Gaudí designed in 1908 for what is now Ground Zero. His Hotel Attraction (pictured) would be a lot more fun to watch going up outside my office window than the new glass towers are.

But see Rowan Moore on the still-in-process Sagrada Familia: Is it really Gaudí?


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