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Zaha Hadid Presents Prototype Liquid Glacial Table
David Gill St James’s, October 2013
Zaha Hadid Liquid Glacial Table
photo : Jacopo Spilimbergo
Liquid Glacial Table – 15 Oct 2013
David Gill is delighted to present the next evolution of Zaha Hadid’s series of Liquid Glacial tables. The latest version, entitled, Protoytype Liquid Glacial table, was unveiled at David Gill Galleries, St James’s, on October 15 2013. The exhibition will run until 16 November.

Zaha Hadid designs Superyacht for Blohm+Voss
Zaha Hadid Superyacht
render © Zaha Hadid Architects
Zaha Hadid Superyacht – 16 Oct 2013
The design concept, launched at the latest exhibition of Zaha Hadid’s work at the David Gill Gallery in London, is based around the sculptural form of a master prototype conceived for a 128m yacht. In addition, the Unique Circle Yachts by Zaha Hadid Architects for Blohm+Voss is a family of five individual 90m yachts that creatively explore the design philosophies of the master prototype within the technical requirements of a fully-engineered yacht design.

Zaha Hadid – World Architecture Exhibition, Danish Architecture Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark
Zaha Hadid Architecture Exhibition Denmark
image from DAC
Zaha Hadid – World Architecture Exhibition
The exhibition ‘Zaha Hadid – World Architecture’ can be seen at the Danish Architecture Centre from 29 Jun – 29 Sep 2013. The Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid is one of the most sought-after architects in the world. She was the first female architect to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize – considered to be the Nobel Prize of architecture.

Zaha Hadid Design: Salone del Mobile

Various designs by ZHA on show in the Milan Furniture Fair (Salone Internazionale del Mobile) in early April.

Zaha Hadid The World
picture : Zaha Hadid Architects

9-14 April 2013
MULTIPLICITIES exhibition
Fonderia Napoleonica Eugenia
ARRAY SEATING for POLTRONA FRAU
The design is driven by the seamless transition from a sculpted block into a dynamic, twisting gesture. This accentuated rotation merges the backrest, armrest and seat into a compact bud from which these three elements blossom. The Array Seating challenges traditional typecasts.

9-14 Apr
MULTIPLICITIES exhibition
MERCURIC TABLE COLLECTION for CITCO
In the past, artists carved. Today the designer, working with artisan skills and the technological innovation, can impress form, function and vision upon marble. Hadid in collaboration with Citco has reinterpreted marble in her unmistakable idiom.

9-14 Apr
MULTIPLICITIES exhibition
LIQUID GLACIAL TABLES for DAVID GILL GALLERIES
Zaha Hadid Liquid Glacial Table
photograph : Jacopo Spilimbergo
The Liquid Glacial design embeds surface complexity and refraction within a powerful fluid dynamic. The table top appears transformed from static to fluid by the subtle waves and ripples evident below the surface, while the table’s legs seem to pour from the horizontal in an intense vortex.

9-14 Apr
MULTIPLICITIES exhibition
ZEPHYR SOFA by CASSINA
The Zephyr sofa is inspired by natural formations eroded by wind: its sinuous shape generated from subtractive processes that carve solid matter. The resulting language gives increased ergonomic properties and flexibility; allowing for multiple seating layouts.

8-14 Apr
THE ESSENTIAL
Officine Della Torneria Via Novi 5
SERAC BENCH for LAB23
Developed as an urban sculpture for seating and resting, the striated articulation of the Serac Bench emerges from the landscape, each layer taking its own unique trajectory in reaction to latent forces that disperse – and ultimately coalesce – the many strata of the bench.

8-14 Apr
SAWAYA & MORONI SHOWROOM
Via Manzoni 11
KUKI CHAIR for SAWAYA & MORONI
Kuki is a playful, sculptural volume generated from a single surface that follows simple rhythms, curvatures and folds. Scorings and slices have been introduced to amplify the dynamism within the geometry of the design.

8-14 Apr
ESTABLISHED & SONS : LIMITED
Via Ventura 5
SERIF SHELVES for ESTABLISHED & SONS
The Serif shelves are a dialogue of geometries with the formal dynamic of a fluid mass; resulting in a unique collection with a sculptural sensibility that emphasizes the continuous nature of the design as a smooth evolution between otherwise disparate elements.

8-14 Apr
ESTABLISHED & SONS with WONDERGLASS
Istituto dei Ciechi, Via Vivaio 7
SWARM CHANDELIER for EST. & SONS
The Swarm Chandelier is a composition of black crystal volumes suspended in dynamic forms. The intricately layered spatial composition of the chandelier presents itself as a unified whole; it does not presuppose any proportional system, nor does it privilege symmetry.

8-14 Apr
EUROLUCE – SALONE DEL MOBILE
ARIA AND AVIA LAMPS for SLAMP
The Aria and Avia lamps gently illuminate their environment with light dramatically cast through sculptural fins, defining a delicately layered interplay of solid and void that is constantly evolving from every perspective.

8-14 Apr
SALONE DEL MOBILE
MERCURIC TABLE COLLECTION for CITCO
In the past, artists carved. Today the designer, working with artisan skills and the technological innovation, can impress form, function and vision upon marble. Hadid in collaboration with Citco has reinterpreted marble in her unmistakable idiom.

Pleated Shell Structures, SCI-Arc Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Pleated Shell Structures SCI-Arc Gallery
picture from SCI-Arc
Oct 25 2012 – ZHA’s installation at the SCI-Arc Gallery represents an “evolution of architectural methodologies related to self-supporting, curved surface geometries”. The show combines parametric design (algorithmic form generation) with research by 20th century designers such as Frei Otto, Felix Candela and Heinz Isler. By integrating form-finding methods, the architect expands upon Frei Otto’s material explorations and creates double curved surfaces through computational simulations : SCI-Arc design installation

29 Aug 2012
Arum Installation
Venice Architecture Biennale 2012, Italy
This year’s Biennale theme ‘Common Ground’ shows how the work of the major protagonists of contemporary architecture – often regarded as independent individual creations – is in fact based on historical lineages of collective research. This is also true of the work of Zaha Hadid Architects. It is well known that the early work was initially inspired by Russian Suprematism.

Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012
photographs courtesy of Sergio Pirrone

In our installation and exhibition at the Biennale we want to show that – apart from the dialogue with the work of contemporary competitors that existed all along – our recent work connects to a rather different historical strand of research. The more our design research and work evolved on the basis of algorithmic form generation, the more we learned to appreciate the work of pioneers like Frei Otto who had achieved the most elegant designs on the basis of material-structural form-finding processes. From Frei Otto we learned how the richness, organic coherence and fluidity of the forms and spaces we desire could emerge rationally from an intricate balance of forces. We expanded Frei Otto’s method to include environmental as well as structural logics, and we moved from material to computational simulations.

Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012
photographs courtesy of Iwan Baan

One particular area of research we would like to explore with our installation is the domain of light – weight shells in combination with tensile structures. We have already designed a number of complex shells as well as some tensile structures. Here, for the first time, we would like to integrate these two worlds. The Arum shell is an installation made from pleated metal. We will surround the installation with the documentation of our research, including key reference projects of the pre-eminent precursors in this line of research.

We will show the work Frei Otto, Felix Candela, Heinz Isler among others and include work by Philippe Block, a young, contemporary researcher of stone compression shells.

Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Zaha Hadid Arum Installation Venice Architecture Biennale 2012
photographs courtesy of Iwan Baan

Zaha Hadid Architects
Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 Room 1.9, Corderie dell’ Arsenale
29 Aug – 25 Nov 2012
With the support of Permasteelisa Spa and ARTE & Partners

Zaha Hadid Architects
Design: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
Exhibition Design: Woody Yao, Margarita Valova
Installation Design and Presentation: Shajay Bhooshan, Saman Saffarian, Suryansh Chandra, Mostafa El Sayed
Structural Engineering: Rasti Bartek, Buro Happold, UK
Material & Fabrication Technology: Gregory Epps, RoboFOLD
Coordinator: Manon Janssens

In collaboration with
– Studio Hadid, Universität für angewandte Kunst, Vienna
Jens Mehlan, Robert Neumayr, Johann Traupmann, Christian Kronaus, Mascha Veech, Mario Gasser, Susanne John
– The BLOCK Research Group, Institute of Technology in Architecture, ETH, Zurich Philippe Block, Matthias Rippmann
– Faculty of Architecture, ETH, Zurich
Toni Kotnik
– Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios de Posgrado, Faculty of Architecture, UNAM, Mexico
Juan Ignacio del Cueto Ruiz-Funes

Exhibition : Zaha Hadid. Beyond Boundaries, Art and Design
Ivorypress Space, C/Comandante Zorita 48 – 46, 28020 Madrid, Spain
4 Sep – 3 Nov 2012

Vision for Madrid, Madrid, Spain 1992:
Zaha Hadid Vision for Madrid
picture from architects

The exhibition showcases the work of Zaha Hadid, reflecting her research that challenges established conventions. In addition to drawings, paintings, reliefs and installations, Hadid’s furniture and product design will also be exhibited.

Hafenstrasse Office and Residential Development, Hamburg, Germany 1989:
Zaha Hadid Hafenstrasse Office Zaha Hadid Hafenstrasse Hamburg
pictures : Zaha Hadid Architects

The exhibition’s curator, Kenny Schachter describes Hadid’s world-view as one in which ‘art, design, and architecture collapse into one another to reflect an all-encompassing way of life characterised by pushing and pulling the boundaries of aesthetics in every conceivable manner and form. What is so inspiring and intriguing about the astounding output of Zaha Hadid, is the imaginative, inventive and unquenchable expression of curiosity and creativity. Hadid defies pigeonholing in a world increasingly defined by uniformity.’

Blue Beam, Victoria City Aerial, Berlin, Germany 1988:
Zaha Hadid Blue Beam Berlin
picture : Zaha Hadid Architects

Grand Buildings, Trafalgar Square London, UK 1985:
Zaha Hadid Grand Buildings
picture : Zaha Hadid Architects

The MAXXI: National Museum of 21st Century Arts in Rome, Italy and the London Aquatics Centre for the 2012 Olympic Games are excellent demonstrations of Hadid’s quest for complex, fluid space. Previous seminal buildings such as the Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati and the Guangzhou Opera House in China have also been hailed as architecture that transforms our ideas of the future with new spatial concepts and bold, visionary forms.

Stalacties:
Zaha Hadid Stalacties
Photography by Isa Wipfli

ZHA_Z-Chair:
Zaha Hadid Z-Chair
Photography Courtesy of Sawaya & Moroni_Z-Chair

From their London-based studio, Zaha Hadid Architects adopts the same creative approach with regard to objects such as purses, cutlery, jewellery, decorative objects, or furniture, such as the Zephyr sofa or the Liquid Glacial table. These two pieces, along with a wide selection of works, will comprise the exhibition which suggests ‘a very democratic conception, non-hierarchical in structure’ explains Schachter.

Vision for Madrid Block – 18 pieces, Madrid, Spain 2012:
Zaha Hadid Vision for Madrid Block
picture : Zaha Hadid Architects

The World (89 DEGREES) 1983:
Zaha Hadid The World
picture : Zaha Hadid Architects

Venice Architecture Biennale – Common Ground
21 Aug 2012 – This year’s Biennale theme ‘Common Ground’ shows how the work of the major protagonists of contemporary architecture – often regarded as independent individual creations – is in fact based on historical lineages of collective research. This is also true of the work of Zaha Hadid Architects.
Zaha Hadid Venice Architecture Biennale
picture : Zaha Hadid Architects
It is well known that the early work of Zaha Hadid Architects was initially inspired by Russian Suprematism. In ZHA’s installation and exhibition at the Biennale the architects want to show that – apart from the dialogue with the work of contemporary competitors that existed all along – recent work connects to a rather different historical strand of research. The more ZHA’s design research and work evolved on the basis of algorithmic form generation, the more the architects learned to appreciate the work of pioneers like Frei Otto who achieved the most elegant designs on the basis of material-structural form-finding processes. From Frei Otto ZHA learned how the richness, organic coherence and fluidity of the forms and spaces ZHA desire could emerge rationally from an intricate balance of forces. Zaha Hadid Architects expanded Frei Otto’s method to include environmental as well as structural logics, and ZHA moved from material to computational simulations.

One particular area of research Zaha Hadid Architects would like to explore with our installation is the domain of light-weight shells in combination with tensile structures. Zaha Hadid Architects have already designed a number of complex shells as well as some tensile structures. Here, for the first time, Zaha Hadid Architects would like to integrate these two worlds. The Arum shell is an installation made from pleated metal. The architects will surround the installation with the documentation of our research, including key reference projects of the pre-eminent precursors in this line of research.

Zaha Hadid Architects will show the work Frei Otto, Felix Candela, Heinz Isler among others and include work by Philippe Block, a young, contemporary researcher of stone compression shells.

Zaha Hadid Architects at Venice Architecture Biennale
Room 1.9, Corderie dell’ Arsenale
29 Aug – 25 Nov 2012

Guangzhou Opera House Award News
17 Aug 2012 – Guangzhou Opera House awarded ‘Best Public Project’ in Architectural Record’s “Good Design Is Good Business” China Awards
Guangzhou Opera House
photo : Virgile Simon Bertrand
Guangzhou Opera House has been awarded ‘Best Public Project’ in Architectural Record magazine’s “Good Design Is Good Business” China Awards 2012. The program honours architects and clients who work together to create projects that demonstrate the power of design to advance the goals of businesses, public agencies, and private organizations.
“The building boom in China has brought with it strikingly innovative and useful designs,” said Cathleen McGuigan, editor-in-chief, Architectural Record. “Today we celebrate the best of these projects, illustrating that beautiful buildings can also be brilliantly practical as well, fusing form and function for the greater good.”

Aqua at Dover Street Market
Aqua by Zaha Hadid
photo © Zaha Hadid Architects
17 Aug 2012 – Dover Street Market commissioned Zaha Hadid to design a site-specific installation to be showcased in their London store during the 2012 Olympic Games. Entitled “Aqua”, the concept references the formal language of Hadid’s renowned London Aquatics Centre.
“Designing for Dover Street Market is an exciting opportunity to install a piece inspired by the fluid geometries of the London Aquatics Centre: a wave of liquid, frozen in time, right in the heart of London” – Zaha Hadid.
The installation will be on display at Dover Street Market for the duration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

New ZHA Gallery
29 Jun 2012 – New ZHA Gallery and BT ArtBox for ChildLine
Showcasing the recently completed floating staircase along with renowned pieces from the ZHA archive: The Peak Site Plan (1983), Aqua Table (2005), Seamless Collection (2006), Belu Bench (2005), Lotus (2008), Cirrus (2008), Kloris (2008), and Seoul Desk & Table (2009).

Floating staircase:
Zaha Hadid floating staircase
photo © Zaha Hadid Architects

The new floating staircase maintains the lightness of the gallery space. Each suspended step is articulated as a separate ribbon cast from Ductal®, an ultra-high performance concrete with exceptional structural as well as aesthetic qualities. The tensile strength of Ductal® allows the ribbons to remain relatively thin with each tread cast from a single adjustable mould that was engineered in Italy by Il Cantiere. The floating staircase has been designed to be demountable.

ZHA Gallery, 101 Goswell Road, London, EC1V
15.00 – 18.00, 3 – 5 Jul 2012
Please register your attendance via the London Festival of Architecture website

BT ArtBox for ChildLine
29 Jun 2012 – BT ArtBox for ChildLine – ‘Perspicere’ – ZHA has reinterpreted the classic Gilbert Scott telephone box for the BT ArtBox Charity Auction; raising money for ChildLine on their 25th Anniversary. ChildLine has been a trusted friend that any child or young person in the UK can turn to when they need someone there for them – helping over 2.6 million children since 1987.

Zaha Hadid BT ArtBox for ChildLine
photo © Zaha Hadid Architects

The Perspicere design engages a dynamism and playfulness with the formal simplicity of this most familiar presence of our urban landscape. The fluidity of Hadid’s architectural sketch combines with the rigid orthogonal precision of the telephone box to reconfigure the viewer’s perception. Curvilinear geometries that continually adapt with the observer’s changing viewpoint invite further exploration to reveal new perspectives.

Perspicere is currently on display at St Pancras International Station, London

Please register your interest to bid at www.btartboxes.com

Major Exhibition Designs by Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid at Art Hong Kong with Galerie Gmurzynska, HK, China

Liquid Glacial Table:
Zaha Hadid Liquid Glacial table
image from Zaha Hadid Architects

May 17-20, 2012
Art Hong Kong 2012 | Booth 1B16 BOOTH DESIGN BY ZAHA HADID
Showcase of new paintings of Zaha’s Hong Kong Peak project plus recent design pieces such as the Liquid Glacial Table.

Galerie Gmurzynska will return to Art Hong Kong with a booth designed by legendary architect, Zaha Hadid

ZAHA HADID exhibition, Germany
Dot painting of Pierres Vives building, Montpellier
Zaha Hadid Dot Painting
photograph from Zaha Hadid Architects

Apr 27 – Jun 23 2012

BUCHMANN GALERIE
Charlottenstrasse 13 D-10969 Berlin, Germany
+49(0)30 258 999 29
www.buchmanngalerie.com

Berlin Gallery Weekend:
Fri, Apr 27, 2012, 6-9 pm
Sat + Sun, Apr 28 + 29, 11 am – 7 pm
Weekdays: Tue – Sat 11 am – 6 pm

The Buchmann Galerie is pleased to announce its third exhibition with the architect Zaha Hadid to coincide with Gallery Weekend in Berlin.

The focus of the presentation is on eight Silver Paintings, three Dot Paintings, and the large furniture-sculpture Iceberg and Gyre.

Zaha Hadid became internationally known in the early 1980s for a series of spectacular designs, drawings, and paintings. These early studies were unusual in that they were not simply studies associated with a task but also permitted an open interpretation of the project from various perspectives. Architecture always exists in the area of tension between 2-D and 3-D, between the translation of drawing into building. Nevertheless, in architecture it is precisely the drawing, the 2-D works, that achieved true innovations, which is why the Silver Paintings and the Dot Paintings are particularly important in this exhibition “Drawing accelerates the evolution of architecture,” as Patrik Schumacher, Senior Office Partner at ZHA Architects, explains.

Zaha Hadid’s Silver Paintings and Dot Paintings express notions of space that are otherwise familiar only from abstract formulas or can only be experienced as tectonic forms. Images are important to the studio’s work because their modulations of colour, gradients of dark to light or pointillist techniques are design means that cause objects to disappear against their background, showing different options on the long path to the built reality. The graphic forms of the Silver Paintings and Dot-Paintings are translated step by step into tectonic structures. Hadid’s images are representational without being naturalistic, because they do not show physical realities but rather architectural possibilities: Detlef Mertins explains in the catalogue to Hadid’s 2006 exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum: “Hadid’s paintings bring mathematical and geological geometries into greater alignment.”

The Iceberg furniture piece, designed for Sawaya & Moroni, is part of a line of formal research that explores the idea of liquid territories. The outstanding and apparent features of this bench are two icicles – like extensions. One is darting into horizontality whereas the other points vertical. Although these two shapes are opposing and contrasting each other there is mediation between them through a diagonal fold that “morphs” one form into the other. The Gyre chair, from the 2006 Seamless Collection by Zaha Hadid for Established & Sons, is an obvious evolution of the architectural language explored: soft meets sharp, convex and concave, and a sculptural sensibility that impactness on our self-conception. The rhythm of folds, niches, recesses and protrusions follows a coherent formal logic. With the formal dynamic of a fluid mass, Hadid emphasizes the continuous nature of the design and the smooth evolution between otherwise disparate elements.

Zaha Hadid has consistently extended the limits of architecture and the designed space. Her experimentation with new spatial concepts has attracted worldwide attention and her seminal built works include the MAXXI: National Museum of 21st century Arts in Rome and the London Aquatics centre for the 2012 Olympic Games.

Copyright © Zaha Hadid Architects.

AIT ArchitekturSalon Köln, Germany
Zaha Hadid Architects at the AIT ArchitekturSalon Cologne
Zaha Hadid Architects : “Parametric Tower Research”
Duration of the exhibition: 16 Jan – 8 Mar 2012

Thirty years after the foundation of Zaha Hadid Architects a large number of different and sophisticated projects have been realised all over the world. The intellectual foundation for this has been provided with the remarkable architectural-theoretical work by Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher. This year, the AIT ArchitekturSalon exclusively features a selection of projects by Zaha Hadid ARCHITECTS. Models, paintings and multimedia presentations illustrate a new high-rise typology – inspired by the concepts and ambitions of parametrism. The opening event takes place on January 18, 2012 with a presentation relating to the exhibition “Parametric Tower Research” by Professor Dr. Patrik Schumacher, Zaha Hadid Architects from London.

Zaha Hadid Event : AIT ArchitekturSalon Cologne

Mobile Art Pavilion & ‘Zaha Hadid, Une Architecture’, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France
Mobile Art Chanel Pavilion
photograph : Virgile Simon Bertrand
Exhibition 29 Apr – 30 Oct
Zaha Hadid exhibition in Mobile Art Pavilion at Institut du Monde Arabe

Zaha Hadid – Fluidity & Design
Celeste Necklace Swarovski
photography courtesy of ZHA
Zaha Hadid Exhibition, Bahrain

Exhibition at Design Museum, London, UK
Zaha Hadid Architects Exhibition

ZAHA HADID and SUPREMATISM
Galerie Gmurzynska, Zurich, Switzerland
13 Jun – 25 Sep 2010
Galerie Gmurzynska presents a seminal exhibition curated and designed by Zaha Hadid juxtaposing works of the Russian Avant-Garde with the work of Zaha Hadid Architects. A bright explosion of Russian Works pierces through the contemporary works of Zaha Hadid in a dynamic black and white design. The dialogue of these works constantly shifts and realigns as one moves through the space focusing on four themes: Abstraction, Distortion, Fragmentation, and Floatation. A site specific artwork, the exhibition design is a projection of a 2-dimensional drawing into the 3-dimensional space. The gallery has become a spatial painting in which the threshold of the picture plane has expanded and can be entered.

Zaha Hadid – Fluidity & Design

The first exhibition in the Gulf by renowned architect Zaha Hadid

Shaikh Ebrahim bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Center for Culture and Research, Bahrain
15 Mar – 30 Apr 2010
Celeste Necklace, Showpiece Jewellery designed for Swarovski Gem Couture. (2008)
Celeste Necklace
photography courtesy of ZHA
Zaha Hadid Exhibition, Bahrain : ‘Zaha Hadid – Fluidity & Design’

‘Zaha Hadid’ Retrospective Exhibition, Palazzo della Ragione, Padua, Italy
Barbara Cappochin Biennale, 4th Edition : 27 Oct 2009 – 1 Mar 2010
Zaha Hadid Exhibition
picture courtesy of ZHA
Zaha Hadid Exhibition Padua

Sonnabend Gallery Exhibition, New York
Sonnabend Gallery
photo : Isa Wipfli
Sonnabend Gallery Exhibition

Milan Furniture Fair, Italy
Milan Furniture Fair
picture courtesy of ZHA
Zaha Hadid design

Venice Art Biennale, Italy
Zaha Hadid Art
picture courtesy of ZHA
Dune Formations

Art Basel exhibition, Switzerland
Zaha Hadid Sculpture
picture courtesy of ZHA
Art Basel exhibition

Major Designs by Zaha Hadid

Genesy lamp for Artemide : Zaha Hadid Architects
Genesy lamp
picture courtesy of ZHA

Arzu Rugs : Hope by Designers Rug
Arzu Rug
picture courtesy of ZHA

Exhibition Designs by Zaha Hadid – no images

Chanel Transportable pavilion – Mobile Art exhibition, First location: Hong Kong
2008

Artists’ Playground, England
Exhibition at Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire, based around the theme of play, conceived by curators Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst and Elliot McDonald including installation by Zaha Hadid. Coordinated by art dealer Kenny Schachter
2008

Maison & Objet Award
Designer of the Year & Exhibition, Paris-Nord, Villepinte, France
2008
Zaha Hadid : Maison & Objet Designer of the Year for 2008, taking the prestigious honour from fashion designer Christian Lacroix and Jean Nouvel. The annual Maison & Objet exhibition showcases latest developments in interior design & home fashion.

Zaha Hadid Show at Design Museum London 2007
Rome 2002
Zaha Hadid Laboratory, Yale 2002
Zaha Hadid Lounge, Wolfsburg 2001-2
Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg 2001
Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels 2000
Charleroi Dance Company, Belgium 2000
Pet Shop Boys World Tour 1999/2000
San Francisco MoMA 1997/98
‘Addressing the Century’, Hayward Gallery, London 1998
Paper Art Biennale, Düren 1996
‘WishMachine’, Vienna Kunsthalle 1996
Graduate School of Design at Harvard University 1995
Grand Central Station New York 1995
‘The Great Utopia’, Guggenheim Museum, New York 1992
Deconstructivist Architecture Show, MoMA, New York 1988
GA Gallery, Tokyo 1985
Retrospective at Architectural Association, London 1983
Guggenheim Museum, New York 1978

MoMA San Francisco permanent collection
MoMA New York permanent collection
Deutsches Architektur Museum, Frankfurt permanent collection
Venice Biennale, various years

Zaha Hadid photo
Zaha Hadid Portrait : Steve Double, Jun 2007


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