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(ISSN-2349-5162) JETIRC006088 Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) 497 Figure 6- Form inspirations from nature 4. Architecture:Influenced by the architectural works of YakovChernikov, Mies van der Rohe, F.L. Wright, Oscar Niemeyer, Russian Constructivism, Chinese traditional architecture. 5. Computing programs: Developed theParametric form to create complex, porous, form which are supple and malleable. The main Design Technique used in her projects were the Play of Light by manipulating building masses, avoided claddingand usage of exposed concrete. The other common technique was Flight technique or Defying Gravity. Circulation and Function were ensued next. She studied circulation as if she moved through every nook and corner of the building. The circulation system was unique as it allows the visitor to move automatically and smoothly through fluid spaces. Figure 7 - Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center, Baku (2007) Figure 8 - MAXXI museum of XXI century Art, Rome (2009), Skin penetration was designed for natural reflective light to match with the form. Then she embedded the form with the context by connecting the surrounding with architecture, imitating the natural form, dealing with site topography, landscaping, etc. Finally, she did the Interior design which displayed a continuity between the exterior and the interior. Design Techniques Zaha Hadid impelledthe boundaries of design, defied architectural rules and conventions and builds what used to be unbuildable. She created her own radical rules of design from her own experience and rationalism. She searches for aesthetics in art, nature and architecture and applies them in design.This eager of searching helps her to obtain some primary skills diligently which became her own techniques. 1. Abstraction and Fragmentation 2. Idea of the Ground and Gravity 3. Landscaping the surrounding 4. Layering 5. Play of light 6. Seamlessness and Fluidity Figure 9 - Peak Block elements - painting
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© 2018 JETIR June 2018, Volume 5, Issue 6 (ISSN-2349-5162) JETIRC006088 Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) 498 1. Abstraction and Fragmentation She tried perceiving things in a novel way, where the forms were portrayed in volumes and shapes and their organization was manipulated by overlapping or aggregation. Sometimes she fragmented the blocks to create new geometries or patterns and distorted them to multiple perspective masses. Figure 10 - Vitra Fire Station, Germany (1993) Figure 11- Gmurzynska Gallery, Zurich (2010) Collision The collision between two geometries causes damage and devastation which results in deformation in form and appearance. Eg. Vitra Fire Station, Weil am Rheim, Germany Explosion The explosion starts from a focal point radially to all directions causing damages. Eg. Gmurzynska Gallery in Zurich where the explosion expressed in black and white painting at the walls, ceiling and ground creating a sense of movement through the explosion.
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  • Fall '19
  • Deconstructivism, Rem Koolhaas, Zaha Hadid, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Zaha Mohammad Hadid

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