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Zaha hadid

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  2. 2. • Zaha Mohammad Hadid, born 31 October 1950 is an Iraqi-British architect and winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004, and the Stirling Prize in 2010 and 2011.• In 2004 Hadid became the first female and first Muslim recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, architectures equivalent of the Nobel Prize.• She is a member of the editorial board of the Encyclopædia Britannica.• She was honoured with a retrospective spanning her entire work at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. 2ZAHA HADID
  3. 3. • She had designed, including the Mind Zone and Feet zone at the Millennium Dome in London as well as creating fluid furniture installations within the Georgian surroundings of Home House private members club in Marylebone.• In 2009, she worked with the clothing brand Lacoste, to create a new, high fashion, and advanced boot.• She has also collaborated with the brassware manufacturer Triflow Concepts to produce two new designs in her signature parametric architectural style. THE CONTEMPORARY• She designed the Moon System ARTS Sofa for leading Italian furniture CENTER, CINCINNATI 3ZAHA HADID
  4. 4. CHAOYANGMEN BEIJING SOHO III It is surrounded by different urban amenities including outdoor space, offices and residential spaces. The traditional chinese courtyard is being used as a design inspiration. 4ZAHA HADID
  5. 5. SPIRAL TOWER, BARCELONA SPIRAL TOWER, BARCELONA The Chengdu Contemporary Art Centre, ChinaZAHA HADID BARCELONASPIRAL TOWER, 5
  6. 6. King Abdullah II House of Culture & Art, Jordan Derived from the carved stone buildings and eroded rock formations at Petra in Jordan. 6ZAHA HADID
  7. 7. DUBAI OPERA HOUSEA library and learningcentre forthe University ofEconomics &Business inVienna, Austria. Nuragic & Contemporary Art 7ZAHA HADID
  8. 8. GUANGZHOU OPERA HOUSE, INNOVATION TOWER & GALAXY,SOHO Retail and entertainment spaces on the first three levels are framed by flowing structures and linking bridges overhead.LONDONAQUATICSCENTER 8ZAHA HADID
  9. 9. CONTEMPORARYINTERIORSInteriors of Nuragic andContemporary ArtMuseum 9ZAHA HADID
  10. 10. Interiors of MaxxiMuseum, Rome Interiors Of Next GeneZAHA HADID Architecture Museum, Taipei 10
  11. 11. Guangzhou Opera House, China Performing Arts SPIRAL center, Abu TOWER, BARCELONA Dhabi Dubai Opera 11ZAHA HADID House
  12. 12. The Opus, Dubai The Opus, Dubai 12ZAHA HADID
  13. 13. • VORTEXX lighting sculpture creates a perfect symbiosis of organic lines and surprisingly dynamic light colour modulation being suitable setting for any interior – from small and gloomy to high majestic ceiling interiors.• The charismatically curved lines conjure up a double helix that appears to flow in perpetual motion – weightless, vivid and brilliant.• This impression of fluidity is emphasised by the dynamic lighting’s vibrant luminosity. 13ZAHA HADID
  14. 14. • The light colour of the chandelier changes continuously and almost imperceptibly. • A translucent acrylic glass diffuser fits perfectly into the glass fibre-reinforced polyester luminaire with its high gloss finish to provide uniform light distribution and optimum colour mixing. • VORTEXX imparts a sense of harmonious illumination to its surroundings, creating a lasting feeling of well being on whomever it shines on. 14ZAHA HADID
  15. 15. “Our work imbues architecturewith the intricacy and beauty ofnatural forms. Using a formallanguage derived from themovement of water, the RocaLondon Gallery has beeneroded and polished by fluidity;generating a sequence ofdynamic spaces carved fromthis fascinating interplaybetween architecture andnature”. ROCA LONDON GALLERY 15ZAHA HADID
  16. 16. ELI AND EDYTHE BROAD ART MUSEUM, MICHIGANSTATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS The abstract white walls let the artwork speak for itself; the slightly changing light directions indicate subtle changes in atmosphere when moving from room to room to form a spatial background. 16ZAHA HADID
  17. 17. The choice of materials reflects the building’s clear-cut volume and formIt creates aharmonious andclear backgroundensemble inplasterwalls, concretefloor and woodenflooring. 17ZAHA HADID
  18. 18. Interiors of the Hotel Peurta Americana 18ZAHA HADID
  19. 19. MORAINE SOFA• Moraine sofa give three- dimensional domestic scale to her abstract architectural forms.• Conceived originally as part of a suite of furniture inspired by glacial formations, the Moraine breaks new ground in its radical curvilinear asymmetrical form, a piece of furniture that is both sculpture and seating, abstract and functional.• The sofa’s moulded, free-form shape also gives physical expression to the digital design technology that has played, and will continue to play a seminal role in Hadid’s highly creative design process. 19ZAHA HADID
  20. 20. • Crafted from polyurethane foam/leather, this extraordinary piece of furniture was inspired by glacial formations with its asymmetrical, curvilinear, free-form moulded shape.• It’s maroon/oxblood colour adds drama to the sofa.• It has a welcoming, organic feel and is artistic and rather unassuming. 20ZAHA HADID
  21. 21. THE MOON SYSTEM 21ZAHA HADID
  22. 22. THE AQUA TABLE• Aqua table is an iconic of contemporary furniture design.• Fluidity is its key characteristic that makes it unusual.• The three fin-like legs appear to be in motion, these register as indentations on the gently undulating tabletop.• The Aqua Table is an uninterrupted whole, a curious and curvaceous form that invites viewers to engage• The it. with table comes in both satin matt and high-gloss hand finishes.• It is available in black and white finishes. 22ZAHA HADID
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  24. 24. ACCESSORIES ArtemideFootwear by Genesy LampZaha Golden Crevasse Vase 24ZAHA HADID

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