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Design Theory & History

Zaha Hadid
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amal Alshammari

on 9 December 2012

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Zaha Hadid Content: Page1: Biography
Page2: Timeline
Page3: Three architecture examples
Page4: Compare and Contrast
Page5: Materials they use
page6: Similarities
page7: Differences
page8: Common Element
page9: general design
page10: conclusion About zaha hadid Hadid was born in Baghdad, Iraq, on 31 October 1950 to an upper-class family of Sunni Muslim Arabs. Zaha Hadid was educated in Baghdad at a school run by French Roman Catholic nuns. She returned to the Middle East to study mathematics at the American University. After receiving her degree, she returned to Britain and received a diploma.In 1980 Hadid formed Zaha Hadid Architects. She has gone on to produce internationally acclaimed designs for structures around the world.Since 2001 she has been a professor at the University of Applied Arts Vienna in Austria. TimeLine
1950 : born in Baghdad,Iraq
1977: Completes study at Architectural Associates, London; becomes partner with Office for Metropolitan Architecture
1980: Establishes Zaha Hadid Architects
1982: First accepted project, The Peaks Spa, Hong Kong (never built)
1993: Vitra fire station in Weil-am-Rhein, Germany opens
1994: Teaches in the United States: the Kenzo Tange Chair at Harvard University’s School of Design, Sullivan Chair at the University of Illinois’s School of Architecture, and Master Studio at Columbia University; design for Cardiff Bay Opera House accepted, then rejected
2000: Honorary Fellowship, the American Institute of Architects
2001: Begins teaching at University of Applied Arts Vienna
2002: Hoenheim-North Terminus and Car Park opens in Strasbourg, France; opening of Bergisel Ski Jump, Innsbruck, Austria; receives CBE from British government; receives Austrian State Architecture Prize and the Tyrolian Architecture Award
2003: The Richard and Lois Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art opens in Cincinnati, Ohio
2004: Awarded the Pritzker Prize
2007: Awarded the Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture Three architecture examples compare and Contrast Materials : National stadium Japan
2012 Port house Belgium
2008 Quatics Centre London
2011 Steel platinum glass triangles ETFE panels with PV cells Similarities She design most of the builiding with sharp edge and organic shapes with modern designs are used in each design Differences Common Element General design Zaha Hadid's style is boldly contemporary, organic and innovative. The architect pushes design through new technology and materials and never does ordinary. Besides creating architecture the architect is a celebrated painter. She always use Steel , and she focus in glass and another materials. Conclusion in conclusion zaha hadid unique designer she have been creative with every new design , We need her ideas to create new world with modern styles . THANK YOU =) Resources http://google.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaha_Hadid
http://www.zaha-hadid.com/
http://www.e-architect.co.uk/ squire shapes and there are buildings she design it with curves shapes the three beulidings in diffrernt countries , the design of the bulidings modren and trendy style , and the ideas of the 3 bulidings no one will think about it . Port house The port house combines a new been sharped structure and a formes fire brigade builiding into a new headquarter builiding into a new headquarter builiding for the the part authority. London Aquatics Centre The London Aquatics Centre is an indoor facility with two 50-metre (160-foot) swimming pools and a 25-metre (82-foot) diving pool in Olympic Park at Stratford, London, it was one of the main venues of the 2012 Summer Olympics and the 2012 Summer Paralympics. The centre was used for the swimming, diving and synchronised swimming events. After significant modification the centre is due to open to the public in 2014. The design was the winning entrant to an international competition to design a stadium to hold 80,000 people with a retractable all-weather roof: a specification only matched by Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas National stadium Design Theory&History
Miss Roma Zaha hadid BY: Amal Salem
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