Zaha Hadid's Design For The Hague's Cutural Center Is A Finalist
Indeed, Zaha Hadid has never created an architectural work, or interior, or furniture design that was not remarkable. Every design offers many surprises and delights.
But models can look strange. (Just look at those of the models of the other two finalists, linked below.) Let's put this 'pile of napkins' in the context of the Spui Square in The Hague, instead, where the architectural work is shown in context, taking a different form, with life entering it and ...
... showing through the windows, between the floors that once looked like a gentle breeze was lifting sheets of paper.
This image gives more details about the grand design of the interior of the cultural center.
For more views of this exciting architectural design, visit Bustler.net. About Zaha Hadid Architects, it is working on a new website, which I'm sure will contain images of its most recent designs but, for now, I think the current ones will be impressive enough.
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