Finlandia: the greatest architectural mistake ever made? Aalto’s benign errors
Dan Hill

I have never been to Finland but I have been to Sydney and as a retired architect I had to see the Opera House and go inside. The interior was extremely disappointing to me because it was all angular and rectangular and was completely devoid of the sweeping shell design of the exterior. Completely out of context. Errors are in the eye of the beholder.

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