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2. AR. ZAHA HADIDAR. ZAHA HADID 3. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION THE ARCHITECTURAL CAREER OF Ms. ZAHA HADIDTHE ARCHITECTURAL CAREER OF Ms. ZAHA HADID HAS NOT BEEN TRADITIONAL OR EASY .SHEHAS NOT BEEN TRADITIONAL OR EASY .SHE ENTERED THE FIELD WITH ILLUSTRIOUSENTERED THE FIELD WITH ILLUSTRIOUS CREDENTIALS.CREDENTIALS. She is a British deconstructivist architect .She is a British deconstructivist architect . She designs buildings that look like they explodeShe designs buildings that look like they explode Defying gravity and a single point of view sheDefying gravity and a single point of view she creates collages of lines and planes that disruptcreates collages of lines and planes that disrupt our usually static view of cities.our usually static view of cities. 4. Known for challenging popular convention, Zaha HadidKnown for challenging popular convention, Zaha Hadid stands out as the only female independent practitionerstands out as the only female independent practitioner among today's most elite architects.among today's most elite architects. She has been recognized internationally for herShe has been recognized internationally for her architecture and urban designs, as well as for herarchitecture and urban designs, as well as for her paintings and drawings.paintings and drawings. Hadid creates animated vision of cities and buildings thatHadid creates animated vision of cities and buildings that pirouette around each other in a interplay of delicatepirouette around each other in a interplay of delicate planes.planes. Her works are often compared to that of RussianHer works are often compared to that of Russian supremacist and constructivist artist of 1910s &1920ssupremacist and constructivist artist of 1910s &1920s.. 5. Hadid has her own ideas on architecture to nurture. And itHadid has her own ideas on architecture to nurture. And it was a long incubation. She started teaching at the AAwas a long incubation. She started teaching at the AA while developing her own brand of neo-modernistwhile developing her own brand of neo-modernist architecture, one which went back to modernisms roots inarchitecture, one which went back to modernisms roots in the constructivism and suprematism of the early 20ththe constructivism and suprematism of the early 20th centurycentury.. Zaha Hadid has patiently created and refined aZaha Hadid has patiently created and refined a vocabulary that sets new boundaries for the art ofvocabulary that sets new boundaries for the art of architecture.architecture. Zaha Hadids work reminds us that architecture is a siphonZaha Hadids work reminds us that architecture is a siphon for collective energies, a far cry from the stand alonefor collective energies, a far cry from the stand alone building, perennially oblivious to the vitality of the city.building, perennially oblivious to the vitality of the city. 6. Hadids fragmented geometry and fluid mobilityHadids fragmented geometry and fluid mobility do more than create an abstract, dynamic beauty;do more than create an abstract, dynamic beauty; this is a body of work that explores and expressesthis is a body of work that explores and expresses the world we live in.the world we live in. Hadids architecture denies its own solidity. ShortHadids architecture denies its own solidity. Short of creating actual forms that morph and changeof creating actual forms that morph and change shape still the stuff of science fiction Hadidshape still the stuff of science fiction Hadid creates the solid apparatus to make us perceivecreates the solid apparatus to make us perceive space as if it morphs and changes as we passspace as if it morphs and changes as we pass through.through. 7. WORKS OF ZAHA HADID:WORKS OF ZAHA HADID: MIND ZONEMIND ZONE Vitra Fire StationVitra Fire Station 8. The MIND ZONE in theThe MIND ZONE in the millennium dome hasmillennium dome has been completed in DECbeen completed in DEC 1999 comprising unique1999 comprising unique undertaking ,ZAHAundertaking ,ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS hasHADID ARCHITECTS has designed the curatorialdesigned the curatorial aspects & theaspects & the architectural scheme.architectural scheme. This is her first major work in Britain 9. The Mind zone is one of 14 individualThe Mind zone is one of 14 individual exhibition spaces with in the millennium dom.exhibition spaces with in the millennium dom. the Millennium Dome is a 360m circular tensilethe Millennium Dome is a 360m circular tensile fabric covered structure .fabric covered structure . 10. Organized internally around a central show arena &Organized internally around a central show arena & circulation path, there are 14 designed exhibit zones.circulation path, there are 14 designed exhibit zones. Each zone is thematic around working titles such asEach zone is thematic around working titles such as BODY, PLAY, WORK, MIND etc.BODY, PLAY, WORK, MIND etc. 11. Responding to an ideas competition forResponding to an ideas competition for two of zones , ZAHA Hadid Architects wontwo of zones , ZAHA Hadid Architects won the contract for the mind zone, & isthe contract for the mind zone, & is dedicated to the exploration of mind.dedicated to the exploration of mind. 12. DIFFERENT ZONES OF MIND ZONE:DIFFERENT ZONES OF MIND ZONE: MONEY ZONEMONEY ZONE JOURNEY ZONE 13. Faith ZONE Home planet 14. Rest & Play Zone 15. Self Portrait Zone 16. The main entrance is through ramp under the spreading shelterThe main entrance is through ramp under the spreading shelter of deacons wood-cell sculpture.of deacons wood-cell sculpture. Then the sloping ramp that drive you through the building takes aThen the sloping ramp that drive you through the building takes a sharp twist to the right,& you find yourself underneath a dizzysharp twist to the right,& you find yourself underneath a dizzy ling projection screen.ling projection screen. This approach of exhibit selection with structural design has evolved asThis approach of exhibit selection with structural design has evolved as integrated design for a complex subject matterintegrated design for a complex subject matter.. 17. To solve this problem she worked withTo solve this problem she worked with Doris Lockhart saatchi an artist to create site-Doris Lockhart saatchi an artist to create site- specification installations exploring variousspecification installations exploring various aspect of mind.aspect of mind. The exhibit structure of folding continuousThe exhibit structure of folding continuous surfaces is seen as a host , the physical presencesurfaces is seen as a host , the physical presence on which & in which context can be located.on which & in which context can be located. 18. The folding structures offers a spatial interplayThe folding structures offers a spatial interplay & confrontation with the subject matter which& confrontation with the subject matter which strives TO evoke the participant to think.strives TO evoke the participant to think. 19. The ramp then shoots forward towards the center ofThe ramp then shoots forward towards the center of the dome & offers a grand stand view of the hugethe dome & offers a grand stand view of the huge void at its heart.void at its heart. The insight into the creation of daring structure in theThe insight into the creation of daring structure in the Dome which appears to defy gravity and whichDome which appears to defy gravity and which houses a zone exploring the amazing powers of thehouses a zone exploring the amazing powers of the human brainhuman brain 20. Various artists have contribute to this concept of mind: RichardVarious artists have contribute to this concept of mind: Richard deacon marked the entrance with how much does your minddeacon marked the entrance with how much does your mind weigh? a piece made up of 24 interlocking wood cells, Lang lands &weigh? a piece made up of 24 interlocking wood cells, Lang lands & bell have made a giant neon wall airport codesbell have made a giant neon wall airport codes 21. The pavilion wasThe pavilion was conceived as journeyconceived as journey through &around thesethrough &around these installations that exploreinstallations that explore both art & science.both art & science. As you follow the journeyAs you follow the journey that Hadid has devised,that Hadid has devised, you can for a momentyou can for a moment forget where you are &forget where you are & experience a series ofexperience a series of thrilling spaces.thrilling spaces. 22. The structure is big enough &The structure is big enough & boldbold enough to stand the potentiallyenough to stand the potentially overwhelming scale of theoverwhelming scale of the dome itself.dome itself. It marks giant attentionIt marks giant attention grabbing presence. It alsograbbing presence. It also holds up against the clutteredholds up against the cluttered The exhibit is organizedThe exhibit is organized around propositions, whicharound propositions, which lead a participant through thelead a participant through the exhibit by conditional stagesexhibit by conditional stages 23. Throughout it is thisThroughout it is this understanding of an ability tounderstanding of an ability to avoid the restriction of theavoid the restriction of the definitions that allow anydefinitions that allow any mind to evolve & progress.mind to evolve & progress. Structurally the exhibitStructurally the exhibit integrates the context with theintegrates the context with the usage of evolulationaryusage of evolulationary materials. Its materiality ismaterials. Its materiality is focused on the synthetic, thefocused on the synthetic, the mind made material of themind made material of the present.present. 24. A large and disturbingly realist