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  • 17.03.17 - News

    ‘Zaha Hadid: There Should Be No End To Experimentation’ - Exhibition, HK

    “With experimentation, you think you’re going to find out one thing, but you actually discover something else... more than you bargain for.” Zaha Hadid Zaha Hadid Design and the Serpentine Galleries are proud to bring their critically acclaimed exhibition of early paintings and drawings by the late Zaha Hadid to Hong Kong. First conceived with Hadid herself, this “revelation” (London Evening Standard) of a show has been expanded with additional archival material since being showcased in London. Zaha Hadid (1950-2016) is regarded as an architectural pioneer and visionary. This unique Serpentine presentation also reveals her as an artist with drawing at the very heart of her work. The work includes paintings, calligraphic drawings and rarely seen private notebooks with sketches that show the complexity of her ideas and concepts. The exhibition, brought to Hong Kong in association with JP Morgan Private Bank, focuses on Hadid’s early works before ...

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  • 08.03.17 - News

    ZHD at Design Shanghai 2017

    In a career spanning four decades, Zaha Hadid’s pioneering vision redefined architecture and design for the 21st century and captured imaginations across the globe. Collaborating with iconic brands to create exquisite one-off, as well as limited-edition pieces, Hadid’s works are within some of the world’s most respected museum collections and have been showcased in acclaimed retrospective exhibitions worldwide. The Zaha Hadid Edition celebrates these remarkable collaborations with exquisite pieces that convey Zaha Hadid Design’s virtuosity with fluid geometries and the immaculate craftsmanship of their manufacture. Curated for Design Shanghai, the Zaha Hadid Edition includes renowned pieces for Lalique, David Gill, Sawaya and Moroni, ROVE, Wiener Silber and Citco. Creating the “Zaha Hadid” label for her signature design collection, Hadid reinterpreted the relationships inherent within her architecture. “My product designs and architecture have always been connected; some of our earliest projects were designs for products and interiors. ...

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  • 20.01.17 - News

    Zaha Hadid Design at Maison & Objet

    Zaha Hadid was recognised for her pioneering architectural work and was highly regarded as one of the most influential architects of the 21st century. Actively working across many design disciplines she had also produced, over her 35 year career, an ever expanding portfolio of furniture and product design that saw Hadid collaborate with many global brands. Her own label of decorative accessories and gift items utilises contrast as a key element,exploring both the use of colour and materiality simultaneously. Fine bone china and ceramic are combined with modern resins and acrylics. What unifies this collection is a language of fluidity and seamlessness; influenced by organic processes in nature and dynamic in form these pieces are unmistakably ‘Zaha’ in their intent. Outstanding new pieces for 2017 continue the fluid lines and subtle, organic geometries that define the collection. The Duo salt & pepper grinders are signature Hadid; their twisting, interlocking forms in stainless ...

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  • 01.11.16 - News

    Brit Awards Announce Zaha Hadid Designed Statuette for 2017

    The BRIT Awards 2017 with Mastercard confirm that the 2017 statue was designed by Zaha Hadid. With a career spanning four decades, Hadid redefined design in the 21st century with her ground-breaking vision. Like music, her work celebrated the creative richness and diversity of culture. The 2017 statue both honours and adds to Hadid’s remarkable legacy. The 2017 BRIT Award winners will be rewarded with her unique creativity. In March this year Zaha Hadid passed away suddenly in Miami after suffering a heart attack. Hadid, widely regarded as one of the worlds greatest architects, inspired people with her powerful creations. A visionary with an incredible imagination, she was no stranger to awards herself. Her work saw her pick up some of the most prestigious design awards in the world. The BRIT design project has been led by Maha Kutay, Director at Zaha Hadid Design, and Niamh Byrne (on behalf of The BRIT Awards), ...

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  • 21.09.16 - News

    Zaha Hadid Collection 2016

    In a career spanning four decades, Zaha Hadid’s pioneering vision redefined architecture and design for the 21st century and captured imaginations across the globe. Collaborating with the world’s most iconic brands to create exquisite one-off, as well as limited-edition pieces, Hadid’s works are also within some the world’s most respected museum collections and have been showcased in acclaimed retrospective exhibitions worldwide. She created the “Zaha Hadid” label for her signature designs of gift items and decorative accessories; each informed and inspired by her renowned architectural repertoire. Hadid developed Collection 2016 earlier this year, reinterpreting the relationships inherent within her architecture. “My product designs and architecture have always been connected; some of our earliest projects were designs for products and interiors. These design pieces are very important to me and my team. They inspire our creativity by providing an opportunity to express our ideas through different scales and ...

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  • 15.08.16 - News

    Killer Heels Exhibition at The Frick

    Nova Shoe by Zaha Hadid for United Nude from Zaha Hadid Architects on Vimeo. Killer Heels Exhibition at The Frick Until September 4, 2016 Frick Art & Historical Center, Pittsburgh, USA The Nova Shoe by Zaha Hadid Design for United Nude features in the Frick’s current exhibition Killer Heels, exploring fashion’s most provocative accessory. The exhibition looks at the high-heeled shoe’s history and its enduring place in popular imagination. As fashion statement, instrument of power, and outlet of artistic expression for both designer and the wearer, throughout the ages the high-heeled shoe has gone through many shifts in style and symbolism. Sharp stilettos, architecturally inspired wedges and platforms, and a number of artfully crafted shoes that defy categorization are featured among the selection of nearly 1500 historic and contemporary heels on loan from designers, the renowned Brooklyn Museum costume collection housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Bata Shoe ...

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