Zaha Hadid

Topics: Zaha Hadid, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Modernism Pages: 8 (2599 words) Published: August 26, 2013
Zaha Hadid’s complete works and projects
Zaha Hadid’s complete works and projects

Realm of Possibilities

architectural style in particular with her remarkable way of depicting architectural plans, developed from pattern to pattern. But her main intention is to inject Suprematism into Architecture. [2] Suprematism is a geometric abstractionist movement created by Kazemir Malevich in Russia. But Hadid was influenced by many architects before like Rem Koolhaas and Mies Van der Rohe but she did not get her ideas through them but Zaha Hadid made a way in which she can change the architectural plan that had been done before into new elements that would work with today’s modernity and urban condition. . I think Zaha Hadid style was based on the people and how people move and act. architectural style in particular with her remarkable way of depicting architectural plans, developed from pattern to pattern. But her main intention is to inject Suprematism into Architecture. [2] Suprematism is a geometric abstractionist movement created by Kazemir Malevich in Russia. But Hadid was influenced by many architects before like Rem Koolhaas and Mies Van der Rohe but she did not get her ideas through them but Zaha Hadid made a way in which she can change the architectural plan that had been done before into new elements that would work with today’s modernity and urban condition. . I think Zaha Hadid style was based on the people and how people move and act. [1]“My own work tests the realm of possibilities. It never stays at the same point.” – Zaha Hadid

Architects all have the same idea. Making things go for a bunch of possibilities that makes each one of them unique but nevertheless, Zaha Hadid has her own style in making possibilities go the extra mile. Zaha Hadid not a typical architect, but a Pritzker Architecture Prize awardee ( a nobel prize for architecture) in 2004. Not to mention, the first woman who was awarded the said award. She is in fact an inspiration to all the aspiring women who wants to be an architect. Going the extra mile for Zaha Hadid ever since the start was present with her. The origin of her

[1]“My own work tests the realm of possibilities. It never stays at the same point.” – Zaha Hadid

Architects all have the same idea. Making things go for a bunch of possibilities that makes each one of them unique but nevertheless, Zaha Hadid has her own style in making possibilities go the extra mile. Zaha Hadid not a typical architect, but a Pritzker Architecture Prize awardee ( a nobel prize for architecture) in 2004. Not to mention, the first woman who was awarded the said award. She is in fact an inspiration to all the aspiring women who wants to be an architect. Going the extra mile for Zaha Hadid ever since the start was present with her. The origin of her

Llanes, Laraine M.

[1] Celant g., Montagut M., Zaha Hadid. Guggenheim Museum Publications: New York, 2008 (p. 45)

[2(n.a)(n.d)Suprematism. Retrieved June 21, 2013 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suprematism

move and act. She said that though observation, she can release a plan that causes certain flow of the people. Flow that means how the building moves the people and how the building is used by the people. [1]Her designs were done differently but a lot of similarities are visible among them. Zaha Hadid said that we have to be depicting the idea that modernity is present in our culture but it never flourished. She said that, “It’s not a matter of borrowing from here and there and blending it all together in a composite. Rather, there’s a stream of events, each of which is an experiment.” So having said that, Zaha Hadid got influenced by many architects from the past, yes, but she never copied. She experiments. That is why she said that all her projects are a kind of experiment. She herself makes the experiment, and she herself tests the experiment in making a lot of possibilities and never stays at the same point. Zaha...
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