”ZHA Unbuilt” uncovers a large collection of unrealized designs from Zaha Hadid Architects, offering rare insight into the practice's ongoing design investigations and its continuously expanding repertoire. As part of the 2017 London Festival of Architecture, the exhibition showcases ZHA's most recent design experimentations across multiple scales and typologies.
Open now until August 18 at the Zaha Hadid Design Gallery in London, the exhibition spotlights the firm's determination to explore their own fundamental design processes initiated nearly four decades ago.
In recent years, ZHA's work has been exhibited in Hong Kong and in a retrospective at the stunning Palazzo Franchetti in Venice during the 2016 Architecture Biennale. This past April, ZHA garnered recognition in the RIBA 2017 London Awards for its dynamic exhibition design of the Mathematics: Winton Gallery in the Science Museum.
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