Zaha Hadid Architects

Zaha Hadid Architects is a British structure and design agency based by Zaha Hadid, with its major workplace located in Clerkenwell, London.[1]

Architectural work

Conceptual initiatives

  • Value Tower extension hybrid venture (2002), Bartlesville, Oklahoma – pending
  • Guggenheim-Hermitage Vilnius, Vilnius, Lithuania, (2008–2012) – not realised
  • Kartal-Pendik Waterfront Regeneration, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Szervita Sq. bubble workplace constructing Budapest, Hungary – not realised

Main accomplished initiatives

Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan

  • Vitra Fireplace Station (1994), Weil am Rhein, Germany
  • Hoenheim-North Terminus & Automotive Park (2001), Hoenheim, France. Undertaking architect: Stephane Hof
  • Bergisel Ski Bounce (2002), Innsbruck, Austria
  • Rosenthal Heart for Up to date Artwork (2003), Cincinnati, Ohio, US
  • BMW Central Constructing (2005), Leipzig, Germany
  • Ordrupgaard annexe (2005), Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Phaeno Science Heart (2005), Wolfsburg, Germany
  • Maggie’s Centres on the Victoria Hospital (2006), Kirkcaldy, Scotland
  • Tondonia Vineyard Pavilion (2001–2006),[2] Haro, Spain
  • Eleftheria sq. redesign (2007), Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Hungerburgbahn new stations (2007), Innsbruck, Austria
  • Chanel Cellular Artwork Pavilion (Worldwide), Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York Metropolis, London, Paris, Moscow, (2006–2008)
  • Bridge Pavilion (2008), Zaragoza, Spain
  • J. S. Bach Pavilion, Manchester Worldwide Competition (2009), Manchester, UK
  • CMA CGM Tower (2007–2010), Marseille, France
  • Pierres Vives (2002–2012), Montpellier, France
  • MAXXI – Nationwide Museum of the twenty first Century Arts (1998–2010), Rome, Italy.[3] Stirling Prize 2010 winner.
  • Guangzhou Opera Home (2010), Guangzhou, Individuals’s Republic of China
  • Riverside Museum (2011), a improvement of Glasgow Transport Museum, Scotland
  • Heydar Aliyev Heart (2007-2012), Baku, Azerbaijan[4]
  • Eli and Edythe Broad Artwork Museum, Michigan State College, (2008–2012)[5]
  • London Aquatics Centre, London, UK, (2012), a 17,500-seat venue for the 2012 Summer season Olympics
  • Galaxy SOHO, Beijing, China (2008-2012)
  • Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park (2008–2014), Seoul, South Korea[6]
  • Port Authority Constructing (2009-2016), Antwerp, Belgium
  • Napoli Afragola railway station, Italy[7]
  • New Maritime Terminal in Salerno, Italy
  • 520 West twenty eighth Avenue, Manhattan, New York Metropolis (2018)

    520 West twenty eighth Avenue, Manhattan, New York Metropolis (2013-2018)

  • Citylife workplace tower (Storto) and residentials, Milan, Italy
  • Beijing Daxing Worldwide Airport terminal constructing (2014–2019), Beijing, China

Unfinished initiatives

  • Mandarin Oriental Dellis Cay, Villa D (deliberate personal house was focused for completion 2010, however cancelled in 2011 following venture chapter), Dellis Cay, Turks & Caicos Islands.
  • Nuragic and Up to date artwork museum (2006) (on maintain), Cagliari, Italy
  • Tokyo Nationwide Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan. (Scrapped on July 2015 by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe)

Ongoing and future initiatives

  • Central Financial institution of Iraq Headquarters, Baghdad, Iraq (to be accomplished early 2021).
  • Fereshteh Pasargad Resort, Tehran, Iran (to be accomplished by 2020/21).
  • Leeza SOHO (aka Li Ze Tower), Beijing, China (to be accomplished 2018)
  • Central Enterprise District Prague, Prague, Czech Republic (to be accomplished by 2023)[8]
  • North Souks Division retailer, Beirut, Lebanon (to be accomplished by 2018)
  • Danjiang Bridge, Taipei, Taiwan (to be accomplished 2022)
  • Navi Mumbai Worldwide Airport, Mumbai, India (Section 1 to open in 2024)
  • Western Sydney Airport, Sydney, Australia (Section 1 to open in 2026)
  • Chongqing Jiangbei Worldwide Airport Terminal 3B, Chongqing, China
  • Oppo Headquarters, Shenzhen, China (to be accomplished by 2025)
  • Port of Tallinn Masterplan 2030 for the Outdated Metropolis Harbour, Tallinn, Estonia (to be accomplished by 2030)[9]
  • Unicorn Island deliberate improvement, Chengdu, China
  • Begin-Up Exhibition and Convention Centre, Chengdu, China[10]

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