The virtuosity of Zaha Hadid

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  • Aqua Platter, Zaha Hadid Edition
  •  The Field of Tower, Zaha Hadid Edition
  •  Liquid Glacial Console for David Giell Gallery, Zaha Hadid Edition
  • Fontana-Bowl by Lalique, Zaha Hadid Edition
  •  Le-a-table, Zaha Hadid Edition
  •  Aria by Slamp, Zaha Hadid Edition
  •  Duo_Salt&PepperGrinder, Zaha Hadid Design Collection
  •  Serenity Platter, Zaha Hadid Design Collection
  •  Serenity Bowl Large, Zaha Hadid Design Collection

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8 MAR 2017
Design Shanghai celebrates the work of Zaha Hadid through the exhibition of iconic pieces created for international brands and the presentation of Zaha Hadid Design Collection

Work and pioneering vision of Zaha Hadid have redefined architecture and design for the 21st century and set standards for the whole world.

In forty years of career the architect has collaborated with the most iconic brand, often seeing exhibited her work in the most acclaimed retrospectives exhibition worldwide.

In these days within the Collectable Design Hall of Shanghai, the Zaha Hadid Edition celebrates these collaborations exposing iconic pieces that highlight the virtuosity of the work of Zaha Hadid through the fluidity of geometric shapes and their amazing craftsmanship.

Part of Zaha Hadid Edition pieces are made for Lalique, David Giell, Sawaya and Moroni, Rove, Wiener Silber, Slamp and Citco.

But not only, in the space dedicated there are exposed even two works made exclusively in limited edition. This is the Tower The Field set chess and of the set of serving dishes Aqua Platter, inspired by the London 2012 Olympic Aquatics Centre.

Dedicated to a line of accessories that wants to reinterpret the relationships inherent in the whole architecture of Hadid, transmitting the innovation that has defined his work in the Contemporary Art, Design Shanghai has also presented the Zaha Hadid Design Collection.

For 2017, the team of Zaha Hadid has implemented the collection with the introduction of new pieces always distinguished by fluid lines and organic shapes.

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