Though the tower’s glassy exterior is plenty dramatic, the real show goes on inside, where an atrium rises over 630 feet high.
Located 28 miles outside city center, the gleaming new airport was designed with an eye to expansion.
To safeguard Hamburg against future storm surges, the firm conceived a curvy promenade with space for pedestrians, cyclists, and restaurants.
Each of the colorful, hand-tufted carpets is a loose abstraction of one of Hadid’s famous designs, building or otherwise.
The primary school in Jiangxi Province comprises a series of structures topped with barrel and parabolic vaults that will be made on site by robots.
Capital Hill Residence, the only private home designed by the late Zaha Hadid, is finally complete. It’s located in Barvikha Forest outside Moscow.
Zaha Hadid Architects is among a group of architects, artists, and designers that created dog kennels for Blue Cross for Pets, a U.K.-based charity.
The high-design martial arts space is defined by Hadid’s architecture.
"Behaviour Morphe" lit up a German palace’s facade in Karlsruhe, Germany as part of a local arts festival.
The project’s six-pier radial design bears the late architect’s signature swooping lines.
A Zaha Hadid Architects associate organized the event during London Architecture Festival.
After a series of delays, the first phase of the massive Napoli Afragola Station initially proposed in 2003 and designed by Zaha Hadid has finally been inaugurated.
A number of in-progress or as-yet unbuilt buildings have been or are on their way to being completed, while smaller furniture, objects, and other accessories have rolled out at regular clip over the past year.
The first permanent public museum exhibition designed by ZHA in the world, it is also the first project to open in the United Kingdom since Zaha Hadid’s death earlier this year.
Zaha’s team created a family of five statuettes that feature the berobed and helmeted figure in a progression of different poses.
Trustees of Hadid’s estate say the late architect would "be totally opposed" to his recent statements.
According to RIBA, the projects "demonstrate a range of innovative responses to the role of public architecture, providing major new additions to their contexts and communities."
The 95,500-square-foot project will serve as the head office of the Heritage Museum.
What do a high design public plaza in Copenhagen, a library and arts center in Beijing, and a pedestrian bridge in Tehran have in common? They’re three of the six winners of this year’s prestigious, triennial Aga Khan Award for Architecture.
Midcentury mania is in full swing, and even the late, great Zaha Hadid couldn’t stay away. UltraStellar, her final furniture collection for long-time friend and gallerist David Gill, is proof.
Created as a mixed-use building, the impressive structure will house a hotel, a 2,100-seat conference center, 500-seat concert venue, office space, and basement parking.
Created for the Belgian city’s Port Authority, the striking building combines the architecture of a disused fire station and a new articulated glass extension that appears to float above the existing structure.
Moby did not enjoy the Hotel Puerta America in Madrid.
Simply titled "Collection 2016," the series showcases materiality, color, parametric design, technique, and craftsmanship—signature elements that figure in all of Hadid’s work, whether architecture or small objects.
Lilas, a sculptural, all-white pavilion designed by the late Zaha Hadid for the 2007 Serpentine Gallery Summer Party, has been rebuilt near Chatsworth House, one of the grandest and most visited estates in England.
Zaha Hadid Design has unveiled a nine-piece bath collection created in collaboration with Spanish company Porcelanosa that bears the late architect’s signature style.
A new exhibition in London, called the Zaha Hadid Commemorative Salon, helps the public get familiar with Hadid’s industrial designs.
A curious choice for the stamp to say the least.
The exhibition celebrates the Iraqi-born British architect's pioneering 40-year career, showcasing many of her early paintings, drawings, and models, as well projects that are currently under construction, in development, or as yet unrealized.
Swarovski's debut decor "Atelier Swarovski Home," which will be presented at NYCxDESIGN, includes a sculptural piece by Hadid that incorporates crystal and metal. The collection also includes works by Tord Boontje, Raw Edges, and Aldo Bakker.
Even as the untimely death of Zaha Hadid continues to reverberate throughout the world, her legacy lives on, as evidenced by the awards and accolades her projects continue to garner. And now, the work of the pioneering architect will receive an impromptu retrospective.
The recently finished project, a ferry and cruise ship terminal on Italy's Amalfi Coast, is the first of the firm's major building to reach completion since Zaha Hadid died unexpectedly last month.
The firm thanked supporters while providing an update on four projects slated for completion later this year.
Just unveiled in Milan, the "Mew" table was completed just days before Hadid suddenly passed away on March 31. Designed for Italian furniture brand Sawaya + Moroni, the piece is like an artful oil slick.
"...Hadid was a woman who had dared to enter a man's world, and took no shit from anybody, though plenty was offered. She had to be twice as smart and three times as tough as her male counterparts in order to get anything built."