Zaha Hadid (225)

  • Viewpoints

    Exhibition to Showcase Early Drawings of Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas

    … Horizontal," from the series Chamber Works: Architectural Meditations on Themes from Heraclitus, 1983 Bernard Tschumi, "#4 K Series," 1985. Study for "La Case Vide: La Villette," Folio VIII, 1985. Mary Miss, study for "Untitled, Bedford Square, London," 1987 Zaha Hadid, "The World (89 Degrees)," 1984 Lebbeus Woods, "Center for New Technology, Montage 1," 1985 …

  • Profiles

    Zaha Hadid, Dead at 65

    … Middle East Centre at Oxford University by Avinash Rajagopal Oxford University Middle East Centre at St Antony's College. Image Courtesy Luke Hayes ​Philip Nobel loses his "Zaha virginity" at the Ordrupgaard Museum Extension "Unless new research reveals that the Pyramids were designed by Cleopatra—excuse the implicit sexism, it’s just polemical—Zaha Hadid

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    Yuri Grigoryan on Unteaching Architects, Zaha Hadid, and the Shed Manifesto

    … LIFEWORK (Rizzoli, 2014), and Soviet Modernism: 1955-1985 (TATLIN, 2010). Among his numerous exhibitions: Anthony Ames: Object-Type Landscapes at Casa Curutchet, La Plata, Argentina (2015); Colombia: Transformed (American Tour, 2013-15); Harry Seidler: Painting Toward Architecture (world tour since 2012); and Chess Game for Russian Pavilion at the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale (2008 …

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    Steven Holl on Zaha Hadid, Maggie's Centre St. Bart's, and Why Postmodernism Was So Terrible

    … allows it to reveal and geometrically respect the historic architecture, while being something quite different. Each project takes on a different series of challenges, but this one, I'm very excited about it. I think we achieve a lot in the little urban fragment of a postage stamp size that we're allowed—a …

  • Projects

    Take a 360 Video Tour of Zaha Hadid's 520 West 28th Street in New York

    … among their many built-ins and custom details, feature art hanging rails. In a neighborhood known for its art galleries, the project's developer (Related Companies) is building "The High Line Nine" galleries right next to 520 West 28th Street. Opening May 1st, The High Line Nine will feature nine small boutique galleries tucked …

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    This Sinuous Miami Skyscraper is Zaha Hadid's Last U.S. Project

    … Queen of the Curve’s swan song has already started racking up accolades, including a Best Residential/Hospitality Award of Merit-Safety by Engineering News-Record, and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s 2020 Award of Excellence Those wealthy enough to live in this marvel, where units range from $5.8 …

  • Projects

    Zaha Hadid Architects Designs Pop-Up for “Maximalist” Beauty Line Il Makiage

    … this, we had the 520 West 28th Street opening, obviously it's a huge building—much larger than this project. But I think that was one of Zaha’s credos,” says Ho. “ I think she always felt that by working at a different scale, you learn something new.” You may also enjoy "David Chipperfield Designs …

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    Zaha Hadid Architects Breaks Ground on Mexico City's Tallest Residential Tower

    Courtesy LabTop Last week, Zaha Hadid Architects broke ground on a new tapered tower in Mexico City's Santa Fe district. When completed, the Bora Residential Tower, at more than 50 stories, will be the city's tallest residential building. The tower was commissioned in 2015 by the (aggressively named) Mexican developer Nemesis Capital and …

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    Port House Antwerp: A Dramatic Addition to Zaha Hadid's Legacy

    … KS 147 glazing with profiles from Schüco and Jansen. Courtesy Hufton + Crow Courtesy Hufton + Crow The offices in the restored fire station are sunlit, open-plan spaces, with the stairways providing a transition to the more expressive architecture above. Courtesy Hufton+Crow Courtesy Hufton + Crow Courtesy Tim Fisher Courtesy Helene Binet​ Courtesy Zaha Hadid Architects

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    Zaha Hadid Architects' Oxford Pavilion Stands out by Fitting in

    … says. “Now we can video-link to remote communities, such as Gaza or Iran.” Even farther underground is a thermal labyrinth that regulates the temperature of the building, helping reduce energy consumption. ZHA contained all this within a stainless-steel cladding that Hoffmann likens to a “steamed bathroom mirror.” It softens the volume, earning …