Miralles widow makes city trip

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THE widow of Holyrood architect Enric Miralles is expected to pay a rare visit to the Scottish Parliament tomorrow to see how the building is faring.

Benedetta Tagliabue, who worked alongside her husband, continued to play a key role in the project following his death in July 2000.

But she was denied any involvement in the controversial £6.5 million security annexe now being built.

She is in Scotland to speak at a symposium at the University of Strathclyde School of Architecture in Glasgow, “Scotland Celebrates Enric Miralles”.