Architect Zaha Hadid dazzled the world with her bold designs and even the development of the ability to implement them.
It is considered one of the best architects who have been on the scene in recent decades.
She is also a source of pride for Arabs, as she is an Iraqi-English and Pritzker Architecture Prize winner.
It is the most important and most prestigious award given to architects,
and is even called the Nobel Prize for Architecture.
Zaha did not excel in developing the concepts of deconstructive architecture and re-appreciating them in a different and bold way,
but also applied her concepts in the architecture of interior spaces.
She unleashed her imagination and designed many interior spaces that deserve study and attention and are the focus of our discussion on this subject.
The main and subsidiary elements of the interior space and their influence on Zaha Hadid’s designs
Space morphology according to Zaha Hadid
Zaha Hadid achieved the aesthetic form influenced by nature,
as a source of continuous integrated organic form such as simple geometric shapes stemming from natural forms.
This is to provide dazzling by creating an easy-to-understand shape and ingenuity in construction and construction, and by adapting the morphology of the space to its function.
Each space designed has its own morphology, nature, features, and visual, emotional and intellectual enjoyment.
Any building creates two sets of spaces, one of which is internal,
consisting of several sizes of spaces, and the other is external.
This leads to a clear link between the interior and exterior spaces in the organic designs,
while providing privacy and closure for the spaces that require this.
This may be achieved by several methods, including completely open walls, such as glass windows,
and transferring elements from the surrounding natural environment to the interior space of the building, and others.
First: The basic elements of the interior space and their influence on the designs of Zaha Hadid Defining Elements
The space consists of the following:
Horizontal elements: It is the basic level, which is meant by ceilings and floors.
Vertical elements: such as linear elements or a vertical plane, meaning walls and partitions.
Zaha Hadid combined the horizontal and vertical levels and considered them as one interconnected sculptural mass that she forms.
The art of forming surfaces and blocks according to Zaha Hadid’s Sculptures Form
It aims to create spaces that achieve a certain artistic benefit and pleasure,
within the framework of a cosmic natural order that controls the formation and shape of natural components.
This is to ensure its continuity through balanced, tight relations,
and the rules of this system may be directions for the conscious and unconscious mind of man.
Zaha Hadid controls his actions and his judgment on things with contentment,
acceptance and admiration, and to influence his appreciation of both beauty and fascination.
The composition according to Zaha Hadid is a sculptural block
with internal spaces that may be an aggregate mass of walls or a ceiling of geometric or organic shape.
Zaha Hadid transformed static shapes into dynamics in her designs,
by adding elements that complement the shape to move from a sense of stillness to movement.
And the difference between the repeated proportions of the shapes to suggest the direction from and towards the center, the feeling of descending or ascending.
Zaha Hadid also increased the base of the body from the height to suggest stability and stillness of the bodies,
and on the contrary in some works to suggest movement whenever its axis is tilted from the natural position.
Spreads have become dynamic in that they are spreads sideways, up or down into other adjacent spaces.
The emergence of transparent materials such as glass has had its role in creating
new sensations for the user within the spaces defined by the walls or ceilings.
It emanates morally through those transparent materials and the specific iron,
wood or aluminum structures and at the same time the feeling of privacy and what the function requires within the space.
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