Investigating the evolution of Zaha Hadid's formal language, the exhibition explores the interconnected fields of architecture and product design.
Recently completed in South Tyrol the Messner Mountain Museum Corones, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.
We have always been impressed by the works of Zaha Hadid, After all how can you not love the curved lines and unconventional forms of his accomplishments.
So, it is no surprise that Zaha Hadid was recently awarded the “Design of the Year 2014 ″ from Design Museum in London, for the Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Zaha Hadid It is the creator of the redevelopment project of an urban area occupied by a former factory now abandoned textile covering an area of 94 square meters within walking distance of the city center of Belgrade. In this area, redesigned with fluid lines that interpenetrate with the surrounding landscape, a new residential and administrative area will be built: Beko Masterplan. Within this futuristic residential complex there will also be commercial spaces, a conference center and a five-star hotel.
Zaha Hadid these days she is taking home the Stirling Prize for the second year in a row and becoming the first woman to serve on the Pritzker Prize jury, all leaving an international runway of sumptuously shaped buildings to house Olympic swimming pools, government functions and almost everything a building might require. But in his most recent project completed in London, the Roca London Gallery, it seems that his curved shapes representing Zaha's signature have really found their calling. Inspired by the elemental power of water