Category list : Zaha Hadid
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For centuries, the evolution of architecture’s representation has followed theories and ideas – or is it the other way around?
Catherine Slessor discusses the first realisations of Zaha Hadid’s work in three dimensions in Japan //
Zaha Hadid’s long awaited first major building is a characteristically confrontational project that transforms a prosaic brief for a fire station into a breathtaking explosion of space and geometry, writes John Winter //
Zaha Hadid’s new Central Building for BMW radically re-envisages the industrial workplace //
Burg or a berg? Stronghold or floating mass? Hadid’s Phaeno Science Centre is open to interpretation //
Exploring ideas about fabrication, craft and display, Zaha Hadid’s latest art museum is a compelling, site-specific art work in itself
Zaha Hadid’s cruise terminal reframes the role of the pier as indeterminate terrain, mediating between land, sea and sky
Architects are ridiculed if they take a moral position, and attacked if they don’t. What, then, in the 21st century, is ‘the duty of the architect’?
Does politics have any place in architecture?Subscription
An exploration of the association between politics, architecture and Parametricism reveals that, even when disconnected, the three are irrevocably linked
On Saturday 1 October, Zaha Hadid Architects picked up Britain’s most prestigious architectural award for the second year running. The AR covered the building when it opened last year, praising its layered and lovable interiors. Photography by Luke Hayes