Calatrava’s Palacio de Congresos in Oviedo (Nacho/flickr)
Santiago Calatrava has been ordered by a Spanish court to pay $4 million for problems plaguing a municipal building he designed in Oviedo in Northwest Spain. While the final fee is lower than an initial ruling, such legal problems have become something of an unfortunate calling card for the Spanish architect.
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Filed Under: Bilbao, Lawsuits, over-budget, Oviedo, Santiago Calatrava, Spain, Top, Valencia, Venice, World Trade Center Transit Hub, World Trade Center Transportation Hub
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