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Zaha Hadid’s work, once again represented by the double cast-aluminium seat Manta-Ray Duo seating is perfectly at home in this vein, which has pursued a multilinear route of research since its distant origins. Here again, she has played with the balance between the forces at work, where a lightweight shell...
The collaboration between Zaha Hadid and Caspita delves into the mysteries of the infinitely small to draw there its inspiration directly among the cellular structures of nature. The sublimation of the microscopic invisible is thus revealed by these first two sibylline creations...
The Stuart Weitzman brand of shoes represent a range of gloriously glamorous designs often seen on red carpet events the world over. Now this prestigious brand has found a new home in Milan, in the flagship store of what is to be an international chain, designed by the practice of Zaha Hadid.
After a delay of over six years due to planning and finance issues, the Zaha Hadid project for the extension of the Middle Eastern Centre at St Antony’s College is programmed to to go ahead later this month.
The British architect Zaha Hadid has pulled off yet another major coup in the competitive world of architecture. After being shortlisted with another ten prestigious international practices, she was chosen to design the long awaited National Stadium of Tokyo, Japan.
Designed by world leading architect, Zaha Hadid, the Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum on the campus of Michigan State University is now a reality. It began as the dream of philanthropist Eli Broad who generously donated $26 million to this university to this end and then came up with another $10 million to ensure that this project would be undertaken by the legendary Ms Hadid.
Zaha Hadid Architects were commissioned to create this unique concept which takes its inspiration from the power of water as a transforming element and which will bring the Roca London Gallery to life.
The Evelyn Grace Academy not only broadens the educational diversity of Brixton, but also augments the built environment in a predominantly residential area. The Academy presents itself as an open, transparent and welcoming addition to the community’s local urban regeneration process.
The historical development of the Clyde and the city is a unique legacy; with the site situated where the Kelvin flows into the Clyde the building can flow from the city to the river. In doing so it can symbolise a dynamic relationship where the museum is the voice of both ...
The form of the 700 m² Chanel Pavilion is a celebration of the iconic work of Chanel, unmistakeable for its smooth layering of exquisite details that together create an elegant, cohesive whole.