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Zaha Hadid In a Post Soviet Country – Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku

  As a member country of the former Soviet Union, Azerbaijan is still under the influence of the planning and architectural style of that era but tries to “escape” actively since obtaining independence in 1991. It is obvious that the government spends large sums of money on the modernization and development of infrastructure and architecture, […]

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Zaha Hadid’s Galaxy Soho in Beijing and Modern Architecture Expressed in Curves

  In a country of ancient culture such as China, it is difficult to build such buildings, which with their modern facades and forms will blend with the country and its character. For Zaha Hadid similar challenges had never been a problem; While creating Galaxy Soho, located in Beijing, she presented the Chinese yards from […]

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Guangzhou Opera House By Zaha Hadid

  Chinese city of Guangzhou along with its other values is outstanding as their is Zaha Hadid’s another really fascinating building. At a glance you will know that this Opera building with its open spaces and curling, transitional forms is yet another fruit of the architect’s brilliant mind. Design Contest was announced in April 2002 […]

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MAXXI – National Museum of the 21st Century Arts & Architecture by Zaha Hadid

  MAXXI (National Museum of the 21st Century Arts) is a National Museum of Modern Art and Architecture in Rome. Its design is created by architect Zaha Hadid, and she took care to create a multidisciplinary space for experimentation and innovation. The Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage announced a two-stage competition for this design in […]

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DOTS Fashion House Interior

  Architects: George Mosulishvili | Anuka Tavartkiladze Construction works: Mosulishvili & Partners Photo: Courtesy of DOTS Paintings: Tamar Maglaperidze Year: 2016 Location: Kote Apkhazi str.22 | Tbilisi, Georgia   One more interesting place has been opened recently in Tbilisi. This is a fashion house – DOTS. Everything is Georgian in here, starting from the idea and […]

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Vitra Fire Station By Zaha Hadid

  Vitra Fire Station has already turned 23, but it still appears almost untouched by age. This is the first large-scale project of Zaha Hadid, after her, as an architecht’s, career took off and she became known to the general public. This is a combination of odd forms and angles, which in the 1980s led […]

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Zaha Hadid – The Most Important Woman In Architecture

  „If you want an easy life, don’t be an architect“ – Zaha Hadid A few days ago, the world lost one of the most distinguished women, Zaha Hadid – 65-year-old architect passed away in a Miami hospital from a heart attack. Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid was the first woman who has boldly stepped […]

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New Product By Designer Anuka Tavarkiladze – Table Stand Mirrors

  Designer Anuka Tavartkiladze offers customers new products, table stand mirrors. The materials used in her eight works are mdf, massive wood and wood sectioning. Compositions made of geometric forms and interesting texture make these mirrors interesting interior details. The author has so far worked on mirror designs and since she especially likes this material, […]

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Graft Architects Won The Competition For Rose Revolution Square In Tbilisi

  Famous architectural website designboom.com published an article, where we read that Graft Architects won the competition for Rose Revolution Square in Tbilisi and soon said space will be introduced to residents with modified design. It will become favorite place for fans for recreation, walking and public activities. Rose Square is one of the few […]

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Soviet Bus Stops In Georgia

  It has been about 1 year since I started gathering bus stop pictures around Georgia. My camera has already shot compositions from Kakheti, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Meskheti, Adjara, Imereti and Kartli. Each time I come across more and more interesting sights, and it has become a challenge to find the most fascinasting stop for which I […]

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This Year, For The First Time Serpentine Gallery Will Host Five Architects

  Serpentine galleries continue to amaze viewers and deliver new and interesting compositions. For this year’s Pavilion it expended internationally acclaimed program and commissioned 5 architects simultaneously. Within this project each architect has to design and build a 25 sq.m. Summer House. One of the criteria for the selection of the architect was that they […]

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The Winners Of Alvar Aalto’s Museum Extension Competition Are Announced

  The winners of Alvar Aalto’s museum extension competition are young Finnish architects. The main goal was to connect and integrate Alvar Aaltos two masterpieces – the Alvar Aalto museum and the Museum of Central. The winning team was selected over 689 other entries for creating a sensible proposal that met the competitions main goal – “to adapt […]

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Laboratory of Architecture #3 – Metro Module in Moscow

  In this article IDAAF  present a project , which will not ever be implemented in its actual form, but is much more worthy than a number of realized design ideas. The presented work by Laboratory of architecture #3 is a competition project for renovation of Terekhovoa metro station in Moscow. “The details about the main […]

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“GG Loop” Transformed Italian Family House Into a Modern Architecture Example

  Revive the old, bring something back to life needs enormous talent and original vision, which architect Giacomo Garziano definitely doesn’t lack. He decided to renovate his parents’ home in the town of Altamura, Southern Italy. The house was built by Giacomo’s grandfather in 1950s and has been Cherubino Garziano and Rosa Giorgi’s home for […]

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Soviet Modernist Architecture Guide Book of Tbilisi

  In 1955 there was a decree about “Fighting against excesses in architecture” in Soviet Union. This resolution drastically changed course of development of Soviet architecture. Main challenge of this period was to provide residents with living space. New regions and micro districts were covered with typical housing projects developed in architectural design institutes. However […]

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