Figure 12 Maggies Centre Fife Victoria Hospital Scotland 2006 Figure 13 Madrid

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Figure 12 - Maggie’s Centre Fife, Victoria Hospital Scotland 2006 Figure 13 - Madrid Civil Courts of Justice (2007) Folding Ground extended and folded to form the walls and ceiling Figure 14 - Victoria city Areal, Berlin, Germany (1988)
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© 2018 JETIR June 2018, Volume 5, Issue 6 (ISSN-2349-5162) JETIRC006088 Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) 499 Twisting Squeezing and Twisting Technique used in Madrid Civil courts, Spain Deformation Designing in a perspective way with three-point views created as a distortion of diminutions. Eg. Victoria City Areal, Germany. 2. Idea of the Ground and Gravity Figure 15 - Pierre Vives, Montpellier, France (2012) Most of her projects break free from the ground, defying gravity or floating ground floor. She said that the static idea of the ground restricted the modernist architects to produce same architecture for a period. She learned this technique from Suprematism. Figure 16 - Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University (2012) Deep emanation The masses had deep emanation rebelling gravity. Inclined mass She tilted the building to one side in a diagonal manner, as if the wind blew it to one direction with the ground intact. Ground extension She extended out the form leaving the natural topography as it is, defying gravity and creating extraordinary view . Figure 17 - Villa for Golf and Spa Resort, Copenhagen, 2011 Figure 18 - Peak project, Hong Kong 1983
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© 2018 JETIR June 2018, Volume 5, Issue 6 (ISSN-2349-5162) JETIRC006088 Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) 500 Figure 19 - Surfer’s Paradise Transit center, Queensland, Australia (2007) Figure 20 -Inspiration from tree roots Manipulation of different floors She used multigrid system to manage the plans. Liberating the ground She energized and liberated the ground by elevating the building in different ways. 3. Landscaping the surrounding Landscaping is a complementary part of the urban zone image enhancing the quality of each other. Zaha Hadid imbedded and melted he project within the context. Landscaping the project with the environment is likea tree whose roots embed with the surrounding by taking the same shape of the pavement around. It is no longer a neutralbackground to highlight architectural elements but is dissolved with the architecture. Figure 21 - JesoloMagica Project, Italy (2014) Figure 22 - Dongdaemum World Design Park and Plaza, Seoul, Korea Elevating the ground: The ground floor was made porous by continuing the landscape to the interior spaces of the project. Roof landscaping Landscape is extended and continued through the project. Melting Figure 23 - Beko Complex, Serbia (2009) Figure 24- Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Center (2009)
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© 2018 JETIR June 2018, Volume 5, Issue 6 (ISSN-2349-5162) JETIRC006088 Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) 501 Making the building walls to meet the ground and form part of its landscape Figure 25 - Heydar Aliyev Culture Centre, Azerbaijan (2012) Figure 26 - Stone Towers, Cairo, Egypt (2008) Vanishing Fading idea was used in many of her projects. This technique draws our eyesight gradually from the site to the building
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