by Donald M.
I got free ticket to the Guggenheim Museum so I decided to use it to see the exhibit of Zaha Hadid work, not a well know name outside to the world of Architecture. Her work is hard to understand if you don’t look at it from a distance, view the lines of the urban setting of each building.
Hadid has only a few completed projects but they’ll grow in numbers in the coming years. It’s always great to view another Architect’s work inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s master work, the famous rotunda of the Museum. The flowing form of the ramp and the flowing forms of her projects. The Vitra Fire Station (Weil am Rhein, Germany, 1990–94), is Hadid’s first built project, which confirmed that her designs could be built. As her other projects, to understand the rhythm of the design and facade you must view the neighbouring street.
Hadid makes use of the latest technological and industrial innovations with her designs, if not pushing it into the future. Hadid push the conventional margins of art, architecture, and design into the future. A few of her other projects you may be lucky check out the BMW Central Building, Leipzig, Germany, Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Phaeno Science Center Wolfsburg, Germany, Bridge Pavilion (Spanish: Puente Pabellón ) Zaragoza, Spain.
Title: Zaha Hadid at the Guggenheim Museum