Riverside Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects

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Last year I had the opportunity to travel to Scotland. I took a day and traveled to Glasgow where you can find some of the biggest hitters in architecture all within a kilometer of each other. The Clyde Auditorium (Armadillo) and SSE Hyrdo both designed by Foster and Partners, are right next to one of the best looking museums in all of Europe – The Museum of Transport / The Riverside Museum design by the one and only Zaha Hadid. Continue reading “Riverside Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects”

Zaha Hadid that Sh*t

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After seeing the many products that Zaha Hadid has designed for this year’s 2013 Salone del Mobile. A question came to my mind: Can these pieces actually fit in an interior designed by Zaha Hadid?

The following photo essay explores the age old question: What came first, the chicken or the egg? And does form really follow function?

Guangzhou Opera House, 2003-2010 + Serac bench, 2013

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Neil Barrett Shop in Shop, 2013 + Aria and Avia Chandeliers, 2013

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Roca London Gallery, 2009-20011 + Mercuric Tables, 2013

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Glasgow Riverside Museum of Transport, 2004-2011 + Gyre Chair, 2013

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Aura – Villa Malcontenta, 2008 + Crest Bench, 2013

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Is this a Zaha interior? Well, the Swash Cabinet is:)