Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Zaha HADID - Exhibition Pavillion

Zaha HADID - (2007) - Exhibition Pavillion (Paris, France) This Exhibition Pavillion was born to Traveling, his nature is to be disassembled and reassembled in different places. After travelling in Hong Kong, Tokyo and New York since 2007, this great "white shell" in reflective material, donated by Chanel [] at the Institut du Monde Arabe [] in the April 28 2011, in his permanent home will be used like a Design Museum to further develop cultural programs of the Centre, through exhibitions and events featuring the work of new contemporary artists from the Arab countries. Until the end of autumn 2011 is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the projects of Zaha Hadid [], the first woman architect to win the Pritzker Prize in the 2004. The Mobile Art Pavilion symbolizes a new conception of building. [...] It is an architectural language of fluidity and nature - Zaha Hadid explains - got done with digital tools that have allowed us to build a pavilion with organic forms, instead of merely repeating order that characterizes the industrial architecture of the twentieth century [...].The fluidity of the Mobile Art Pavilion extends from the outer shell to inside detail, where a subdivision creates a spiral that in architecture is called " Torus

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