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Year in Curbed 2014

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The planet's most famous globe-trotting architects were as prolific as they were bold in 2014. Nearly every few weeks an outrageous proposal was unveiled, or a ribbon was cut at some long-delayed project that had been bitterly fought over. Curbed National has rounded up 36 of this year's most talked-about starchitect buildings, from Calatrava's WTC transport shitshow to Bjarke Ingels' "Zootopia." Proposals so ambitious only the likes of Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, and Snøhetta could pull them off, this way. [Curbed National]