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Posts tagged 'Zaha Hadid'

Zaha Hadid’s London Aquatic Centre

Built for the 2012 London Olympics, Zaha Hadid’s London Aquatic Centre has an undulating roof that dips down like a wave According to Zaha Hadid

Buildings

10 of Zaha Hadid’s most spectacular buildings

 Galaxy Soho by Zaha Hadid. Photo by Iwan Baan From the sharp diagonal lies of her first commission to the swooping curves of futuristic stadiums

Architecture

Industry news and events – 29 November 2019

  Get a bitesize overview of the week’s headlines and events with Icon’s round-up SCENE VIRTUAL ILLNESSVirtual reality headsets may now be more within reach

Architecture

Can architecture become radical again?

Control and Choice Dwellings, Part Section, Warren Chalk, Peter Cook, Dennis Crompton, Ron Herron, Archigram 1967. Photo: Archigram Archive Commercialisation and the digital smog means

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Patrik Schumacher sues Zaha Hadid’s niece and Peter Palumbo for control of her estate

ZHA principal begins legal proceedings against the other three executors of Hadid’s will    Architect Patrik Schumacher on Wednesday began legal action to remove three

Architecture

Zaha Hadid Architects designing waterfront Moscow smart city

Image courtesy ZHA/Flying Architecture Zaha Hadid Architects have been chosen along with five other practices to develop a huge site west of Moscow   Zaha

Architecture

Amin Taha: The London architect making innovative use of materials

Amin Taha’s RIBA-nominated Barrett’s Grove project. Photo: Timothy Soar Architect Amin Taha weaves rich stories of time and place from rough-hewn limestone, terracotta concrete, and

Architecture

International Women’s Day: 18 interviews with 18 women

  A little inspiration from our archives – some of our favourite interviews with female architects and designers over the years To mark International Women’s

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Highlights: Maison & Objet

January’s edition of the Parisian exhibition showed French designers in fine form, says Peter Smisek Visitor numbers at this year’s Maison & Objet have yet

News

RIBA International Prize shortlist unveiled

The first ever RIBA International Prize celebrates the best of global architecture The Royal Institute of British Architects has revealed the six candidates shortlisted for

GALLERY

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Design London makes LDF debut this September

Meet the practice developing photosynthetic textiles

Alvaro Barrington basketball court in Bethnal Green initiated by the London Lions

Margent Farm partners with eco-conscious social enterprise to build affordable tiny house

FRAMA creates minimalist interior for a retail space in Williamsburg

The iconic Buchli house at USM’s Münsingen campus in Switzerland is back in use

Why using local products and materials may not be an easy option but it is worth it

The Carpenters’ Line at Japan House London showcases 1300 years of woodworking mastery from Hida

From the Archive: A short history of the Sony Walkman

The problem of a lack of diversity in architecture starts early, but it can be fixed


Architects

Wrapped Arc de Triomphe unveiled in Paris

Sir David Adjaye wins Royal Gold Medal for Architecture

Gómez Platero designs world’s first large-scale memorial to victims of the pandemic

RIBA goes digital-only with new wave of architect lectures

Turning a Roman ruin into an underground art museum

MoDusArchitects creates sculptural portal on Italian ring road

NEON’s Shiver House re-imagined in wood for 5th anniversary

Network Rail launches design competition to re-imagine local train stations

Notre-Dame spire to be restored to pre-fire design


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Design London makes LDF debut this September

Meet the practice developing photosynthetic textiles

Alvaro Barrington basketball court in Bethnal Green initiated by the London Lions

Margent Farm partners with eco-conscious social enterprise to build affordable tiny house

FRAMA creates minimalist interior for a retail space in Williamsburg

The iconic Buchli house at USM’s Münsingen campus in Switzerland is back in use

Why using local products and materials may not be an easy option but it is worth it

The Carpenters’ Line at Japan House London showcases 1300 years of woodworking mastery from Hida

From the Archive: A short history of the Sony Walkman

The problem of a lack of diversity in architecture starts early, but it can be fixed


Videos

ICON Minds: the future of the home

ICON Minds: the future of work

Sustainable design: Pentatonic x Snarkitecture talk recycled materials

Salone del Mobile: Tomas Alonso and Studio Brynjar & Veronika for Swarovski

New Nordic design

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Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Nendo’s Oki Sato

Keiichi Matsuda: Augmented Hyper-Reality