Zaha Hadid

zaha hadid kuki.one ammann gallery
Zaha Hadid
zaha hadid guangzhou opera house – interior
zaha hadid guangzhou opera house – exterior
zaha hadid gyre
Zaha Hadid Iceberg
zaha hadid snow drift

zaha hadid
'project in red' sofa

year: 1988 material: fiberglass, foam upholstery
measurements: W 110 x L 315 x H 72/93 cm (W 43.3 x L 124 x H 28.3/ 36,6 inches)

zaha hadid kuki.one ammann gallery

Zaha Hadid
'Kuki.One'

year: 2016 material: carbon fi bre
measurements: W 101 x D 72 x H 104 cm
( W 40 x D 28.3 x H 41 inches)
edition: 24 + 2 AP + 2P

zaha hadid Eolia

eolia

Zaha Hadid
'eolia'

year: 2006 material: foam, polyurethane
measurements: W 120 x D 48 x H 50 cm (W 47.2 x D 18.9 x H 19.7 inches)
limited edition: 24 + 6 ap

guangzhou opera house – interior

Zaha Hadid
'guangzhou opera house – interior'

year: 2006 material: acrylic, water-coulor onto gelatine and chrome-polyester, mounted on DIBOND
varnished with UV resistance polymer
measurements: W 200 x H 90 cm (W 78.7 x H 35.4 inches)

Zaha Hadid
'guangzhou opera house – exterior'

year: 2006 material: acrylic, water-coulor onto gelatine and chrome-polyester, mounted on DIBOND
varnished with UV resistance polymer
measurements: W 200 x H 90 cm (W 78.7 x H 35.4 inches)

gyre

gyre

Zaha Hadid
'gyre'

year: 2006 material: polyester resin and lacquer
measurements: W 212 x D 142 x H 67.5 cm
(83.5 x 55.9 x 26.6 inches)
edition: 12
weight: 170 kg

iceberg

Zaha Hadid
'iceberg'

year: 2003 material: MDF lacquered
measurements: W 268 x D 200 x H 208 cm (W 105.5 x D l78.7 x H 81.9 inches)
edition: 9 + 2 ap

snow drift

Zaha Hadid
'snow drift'

year: 2006 material: LG HI-MACS (solid surface)
measurements: W 80 x D 92 x H 78 cm (W 31.5 x D 36.2 x H 30.7inches)
edition: 24 + 6 ap

zaha hadid ammann gallery

Zaha Hadid (1950-2016) was a world renown architect who consistently pushed the boundaries of architecture and urban design. Each of her dynamic and innovative projects built on over thirty years of revolutionary experimentation and research in the interrelated fields of urbanism, architecture and design. Her work encompassed all fields of design, ranging from the urban scale through to products, interiors, and furniture. Her paintings and drawings have always been an important testing field and a medium for the exploration of her design. Hadid’s interest laid in the rigorous interface between architecture, landscape and geology as her practice integrates natural topography and human-made systems paired with experimentation with cutting-edge technologies. Along with her architectural partner Patrik Schumacher, Hadid originated the Parametricism style, a new spatial concept that intensify existing urban landscapes and interiors in the pursuit of a visionary aesthetic. Zaha Hadid is best known for her seminal built works including: Guangzhou Opera House (Guangzhou, Guangdong, China), Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion (Zaragoza, Spain), Vitra Fire Station (Weil am Rhein, Germany), Land Formation-One (Weil am Rhein, Germany),

zaha hadid ammann gallery

Bergisel Ski Jump (Innsbruck, Austria), Rosenthal Centre for Contemporary Art (Cincinnati, U.S.A.), Riverside Museum of Transport Glasgow (Glasgow, Scotland) and MAXXI – National Museum of 21st Century Art (Rome, Italy). In Autumn 2014 the Wangjing Soho Beijing and the Sky Soho Shanghai in China will open. Zaha Hadid was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004, and received the RIBA Stirling Prize twice, in 2010 and 2011. She won the Design of the Year Award 2014 for the Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, Azerbaijan. In 2014 the London Aquatic Centre was shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Price. Zaha Hadid‘s work also forms part of the permanent collections of various institutions such as MoMA (New York, USA), MoMA (San Francisco, USA)  and Deutsches Architektur Museum, (Frankfurt am Main, Germany). Her work has been the subject of many prestigious museum exhibitions around the world including the MAK – Museum for Applied Arts (Vienna, Austria), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York, USA), the Institut du Monde Arabe (Paris, France) and the Serpentine Pavilion (London, UK) to name a few.

zaha hadid ammann gallery

ammann//gallery  is showing the work of Zaha Hadid  in solo exhibitions in the gallery as well as at the most important fairs of design and art worldwide since 2007.