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Zaha Hadid Buildings: Architecture

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post updated 2 June 2021

We have 6 pages online re Architect Zaha Hadid:

Zaha Hadid : main page – Current Work

Zaha Hadid Architecture – Older Work from 2008-09

Zaha Hadid Buildings – Older Work up to 2007 (this page)

Zaha Hadid Exhibitions

Zaha Hadid Books

Zaha Hadid Architects – All Projects + Practice Information

Zaha Hadid – Architecture News 2007

Innovation Tower, Hong Kong
Zaha Hadid Buildings Innovation Tower Hong Kong PolyU
picture from ZHA
The 15-storey tower will become the new home for the PolyU School of Design and the newly-established Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation. The Innovation Tower building will be 76m high. Planned as the university’s design school, the building is close to Hung Hom station in Kowloon.

Nordpark Cable Railway Station, Austria
Nordpark Design
photo : Helene Binet
Each station’s lightweight roof structure ‘floats’ above a concrete plinth, creating an artificial landscape that describes the passenger circulation within. When completed in 2007, the stations were the world’s largest structures using double-curved glass in construction.

Glasgow Transport Museum, Scotland
Glasgow Transport Museum
picture from ZHA
The new Glasgow Riverside Museum will be a larger and improved replacement for the Transport Museum which is currently located at the Kelvin Hall. It is to be built on a site where the Clyde meets with Glasgow’s other main river, the Kelvin, and will be adjacent to Glasgow Harbour, a private-sector led mixed-use development extending to 120 acres.

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Design, England
Serpentine Pavilion
photo : Luke Hayes

London Aquatics Centre, England, UK
London Aquatics Centre
building image from ODA
The architectural concept of the London Aquatic Centre is inspired by the fluid geometries of water in motion, creating spaces and a surrounding environment that reflect the riverside landscapes of the Olympic Park. An undulating roof sweeps up from the ground as a wave – enclosing the pools of the Centre with a unifying gesture of fluidity, while also describing the volume of the swimming and diving pools.

The Opus Dubai building, UAE
Opus Dubai Zaha Hadid Buildings
picture from Zaha Hadid Architects

Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Centre, UAE
Abu Dhabi Zaha Hadid Buildings
image from Zaha Hadid

Museum in Cagliari, Italy
Cagliari Museum
picture from ZHA

Maggies Fife, Scotland, UK
Zaha Hadid UK building
photo © Adrian Welch

Pierres Vives building, France
Pierres Vives building
image from Zaha Hadid Architects

Zaha Hadid – Previous Architecture News

Phaeno Science Centre, Germany
Phaeno Science Centre Zaha Hadid Buildings
photo © Zaha Hadid Architects

Ordrupgaard Museum Building, Denmark
Zaha Hadid Buildings Ordrupgaard Copenhagen
photo © AW

Hotel Puerta America interior, Spain
Zaha Hadid Buildingsinterior
photo from Hotel Puerta America

Hoenheim Nord Terminus, France
Hoenheim Nord Terminus
picture from Zaha Hadid, Architect

Maggies Centre, Scotland
Zaha Hadid model
model photograph from ZHA

Location: London, south east England, UK

Millennium Dome Mind Zone design, London

London Architects

Zaha Hadid Book – Gordana Fontana Giusti, Patrick Schumacher
Zaha Hadid book

Architecture Foundation Design, London, UK
Architecture Foundation
picture from Architecture Foundation

Zaragoza Expo Bridge
Zaragoza Bridge : Architecture Competition winner
Zaha Hadid Architects’ proposal for the Bridge Pavilion is organized around 4 main sections, or “pods” that perform both as structural elements and as spatial enclosures. Floors inside them are located at the Expo principal levels: +201.5 (the soffit of the bridge is at +200 m, flood protection minimum level), +203 m and +206, +207.5 for the upper level. The development of our design for the bridge pavilion stems from the examination of the potential of a diamond-shaped section.

Scottish Design Awards 2007 : Maggies Fife architecture in eastern Scotland

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