Centro Aquático dos Jogos Olímpicos e Londres 2012 - Zaha Hadid Architects    © Hufton + Crow

Centro Aquático dos Jogos Olímpicos e Londres 2012 - Zaha Hadid Architects © Hufton + Crow

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Archist city

Archist city

vazado Tabanlioglu Architects

Asmacati Shopping Center / Tabanlioglu Architects

vazado Tabanlioglu Architects

hammock net over pool - I'm at a loss for words.

hammock net over pool - I'm at a loss for words.

Roca Gallery by Zaha Hadid in London

Roca Gallery by Zaha Hadid in London

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik / Olafur Eliasson & Henning Larsen Architects

Galeria de Fotografia e Arquitetura: Pedro Kok - 16

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik / Olafur Eliasson & Henning Larsen Architects

Zaha Hadid, modern architecture’s pioneer and visionary, will surpass herself with the Changsha Meixihu International Culture And Art Center in China. // Zaha Hadid, die Pionierin und Visionärin der modernen Architektur, übertrifft sich mit dem Design des Changsha Meixihu International Culture And Art Center in China selbst. #FutureLiving #enjoysiemens

Zaha Hadid, modern architecture’s pioneer and visionary, will surpass herself with the Changsha Meixihu International Culture And Art Center in China. // Zaha Hadid, die Pionierin und Visionärin der modernen Architektur, übertrifft sich mit dem Design des Changsha Meixihu International Culture And Art Center in China selbst. #FutureLiving #enjoysiemens

Linha de Trabalho by Jill Anholt Studio

Linha de Trabalho / Jill Anholt Studio

Linha de Trabalho by Jill Anholt Studio

This monumental, massive void that fills the space of the Guangdong Museum in Guangzhou, China feels lightweight and not heavy or solid simply because of the materials utilized. Glass and aluminum combine here to create what feels like the light-filled centerpiece of the museum in which a simple bridge is the only thing to break up that massive void.

This monumental, massive void that fills the space of the Guangdong Museum in Guangzhou, China feels lightweight and not heavy or solid simply because of the materials utilized. Glass and aluminum combine here to create what feels like the light-filled centerpiece of the museum in which a simple bridge is the only thing to break up that massive void.

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