// arthitectural / Patrik Schumacher
  • The exhibition showcases the work of Zaha Hadid (Baghdad, Iraq, 1950), reflecting her research that challenges established conventions. In addition to her drawing, painting, reliefs and installations, Hadid’s furniture and product design will also be exhibited. The exhibition’s curator, Kenny Schachter describes Hadid’s world-view as one in which ‘art, design, and architecture collapse into one another […]


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  • This year’s Biennale theme ‘Common Ground’ shows how the work of the major protagonists of contemporary architecture – often regarded as independent individual creations – is in fact based on historical lineages of collective research. This is also true of the work of Zaha Hadid Architects. It is well known that the early work was […]


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Zaha Hadid Architects and B&B Italia are delighted to present the MOON System, a totally unique new seating concept combining the unrivalled experience in manufacturing technologies of B&B Italia with Zaha Hadid Architects’ many years of research into complex curvilinear geometries. Ergonomics and beauty are blended in a continuous shape. MOON liquefies the traditional sofa […]


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Dumon Chocolatier shop in Kortrijk (Belgium) completed in October 2010. Concept based on chocolates as jewelry. The counter’s facets are similar to those used in diamonds and in my favourite Dumon chocolate. The lights are from Diesel for Foscarine. Location: Kortrijk, Belgium Interior designer:  Witblad |  Bob Bulcaen Project name: Dumon Kortrijk Date completion: 2010 […]


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London based designer Kenyon Yeh presented ORBIT cabinet, gathering seven frame boxes to form a rotating sequence in 180 degree. Made of MDF and tube steel painted in black or white option. ORBIT cabinet enables variety of combination to be accommodated to suit the requirement of the space. Can be detached into half to be stand on the […]


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“Se démondaniser”; “Disconnecting”; a wall cuts the home off from the world outside: the French coast distorted by common town planning. On the other side, the sea. This is our escape. Nature stirs. Wind bends tree trunks. The roof bows before a bustling environment. Location: France Architect: Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners Year of completion: […]


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