From the times, an article about how architect Santiago Calatrava, the man behind the new Lower Manhattan PATH train station, can both inspire with his dramatic design and madden clients by not only going way over budget by also leaving needed elements out of his project designs. The PATH station is already 6 years behind schedule and its budget has doubled. In Valencia, Spain, the architect has also supposedly left the city 700 Euros in the red on the 300 million Euro City of Arts and Sciences project. His track record leaves some questioning whether Calatrava’s unquestionably radical and stunning projects are worth the cost.
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