The Complete Zaha Hadid

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780500343357

Category: Architecture

Page: 320

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This expanded and up-to-date volume showcases Zaha Hadid's remarkable and inspiring work over the course of her career

The Complete Zaha Hadid

Author: Zaha Hadid,Aaron Betsky

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780500342503

Category: Architecture, Modern

Page: 256

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Zaha Hadid is one of the most important and influential architects in the world. This is a complete monograph of Hadids early, unbuilt and built works, from her student years to the latest projects under development, and includes her furniture, stage and exhibition designs. Projects constructed, in planning or under construction are located around the globe. An introduction by Aaron Betsky, 2008 Director of the Venice Architecture Biennale, examines the architects career, both in the context of architectural history and as a manifestation of the current and future state of architecture.

Zaha Hadid

Author: Zaha Hadid,Aaron Betsky

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

ISBN: 9780500280843

Category: Architecture, Modern

Page: 175

View: 6847


For over twenty years, Zaha Hadid, the Iraqi-born, English-educated architect, has symbolised the vanguard of contemporary architecture. This book offers a complete overview of both her programmatic and aesthetic concerns.

Zaha Hadid. Complete Works 1979-Today. 2020 Edition

Author: Philip Jodidio

Publisher: Taschen

ISBN: 9783836572439

Category:

Page: 672

View: 5434


From Olympic venues to a world-class airport, this monograph gathers the complete works of the first female architect ever to win the Pritzker prize and one of the greatest architects of the 21st century: Zaha Hadid. Photographs, in-depth texts, and Hadid's own drawings trace her integrated universe of building, furniture, and interior design, ...

Zaha Hadid and Suprematism

Author: Zaha Hadid,Galerie Gmurzynska

Publisher: Hatje Cantz Pub

ISBN: N.A

Category: Architecture

Page: 272

View: 5822


"Zaha Hadid ([born] 1950 in Baghdad), recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, designed and curated a groundbreaking exhibition at Zurich's Galerie Gmurzynska, comparing works of the Russian avant-garde with those of Zaha Hadid Architects. A fierce explosion of Russian works tore through the contemporary works by the architect in a dynamic black and white design. Created specifically for the venue, the projection of a two-dimensional drawing onto a three dimensional space transformed the gallery into a spatial painting in which the threshold of the picture plane expanded and could be entered. Zaha Hadid translated the warped and weightless space of Russian avant-garde painting and sculpture by Kazimir Malevich, El Lissitzky, and Alexander Rodchenko into her very own architectural language."--Publisher's website.

Building Zaha

Author: Victoria Tentler-Krylov

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 1338674897

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 9966


An inspiring picture book biography about British Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, who was a pioneer in her field against all odds, told by debut author-illustrator Victoria Tentler-Krylov. The city of Baghdad was full of thinkers, artists, and scientists, the littlest among them Zaha Hadid. Zaha knew from a young age that she wanted to be an architect. She set goals for herself and followed them against all odds. A woman in a man's world, and a person of color in a white field, Zaha was met with resistance at every turn. When critics called her a diva and claimed her ideas were unbuildable, she didn't let their judgments stop her from setting goals and achieving them one by one, finding innovative ways to build projects that became famous the world over. She persisted, she followed her dreams, and she succeeded.

Architecture and Spectacle: A Critique

Author: Gevork Hartoonian

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351957430

Category: Architecture

Page: 278

View: 8177


Focusing on six leading contemporary architects: Peter Eisenman, Frank Gehry, Bernard Tschumi, Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas and Steven Holl, this book puts forward a unique and insightful analysis of "neo-avant-garde" architecture. It discusses the spectacle and excess which permeates contemporary architecture in reference to the present aesthetic tendency for image making, but does so by applying the tectonic of theatricality discussed by the 19th-century German architect Gottfried Semper. In doing so, it breaks new ground by opening up a dialogue between the study of the past and the design of the present. The work of each discussed architect is seen as addressing a historiographical problem. To this end, and this is the second important aspect of this book, the chosen buildings are discussed in terms of the thematic of the culture of building (the tectonic of column and wall for example) rather the formal, and this through a discussion that is informed by the latest available theories. Having set the aesthetic implication of the processes of the digitalization of architecture, the book's conclusion highlights "strategies" by which architecture might postpone the full consequences of digitalization, and thus the becoming of architecture as ornament on its own right.

The World Is Not a Rectangle

Author: Jeanette Winter

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 148144669X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 56

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A celebrated author-illustrator presents a biography of architect Zaha Hadid, who grew up in Baghdad. As a Muslim woman, Hadid faced many obstacles, but she went on to design buildings all over the world. Full color.

Key Modern Architects

Author: Andrew Higgott

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1474265057

Category: Architecture

Page: 312

View: 6513


Key Modern Architects provides an accessible and thought-provoking introduction to the work of the most significant architects of the modern era. Fifty short chapters introduce fifty key architects, from Le Corbusier to Aldo Van Eyck to Zaha Hadid, exploring their most influential buildings and developing a critique of each architect's work within a broader cultural and historical context. The selection represents the most influential architects working from 1890 to the present, those most likely to be taught on survey courses in modern architectural history, along with some lesser-known names with an equal claim to influence. Emphasis is placed on a critical and interpretative approach, allowing the student to position each architect in a cultural and intellectual context quickly and easily. Artistic, technical, social, and intellectual developments are brought to the fore – built and unbuilt projects, writings and influences. This approach brings to light the ideology behind architectural work, offering insights into each architect's working practice. - Helps students to develop a critical approach to understanding modern architectural history. - One chapter per architect – meaning chapters may be read individually as a concise resource for the study of an architect, or together as a coherent book-length history of the whole period of modern architecture. - Chapters are supported by boxed lists of each architect's most significant projects, along with suggestions for further reading as a springboard to further study and research. Combining the clarity and accessibility of a textbook with in-depth reading and a critical approach, Key Modern Architects provides an invaluable resource for both the classroom and for independent study in architectural and art history.