Where did the ideas that shaped the “neo futurists” projects of Zaha Hadid come from? How could she imagine the long curves and seemingly impossible volumes?
It is very probable that the painting collaborated to enhance the ideas of the English architecture of Iraqi origin deceased on March 31, 2016 at the age of 65. A review of some of Zaha’s archives, especially her paintings done during the 1970s reveals that these abstract traits were the seeds of her future work as an architect.
Zaha Hadid’s abstract paintings were influenced by the works of the Russian painter Kazimir Malévich (1878-1935), creators of Suprematism.
The name of Zaha Hadid began to resonate among the greats of world architecture after the competition for the Peak Leisure Club (1982/1983) in Hong Kong. She was the winner of the contest using abstract painting concepts in her project.
In the words of his partner Patrik Schumacher, Zaha Hadid’s work is a fusion of architectural avant-garde and design. This work can only be carried out thanks to the advancement of three-dimensional representation software.
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If she had not triumphed as an architect of all times, certainly Zaha Hadid would have occupied a prominent place in modern painting. Zaha has always been a mix of admiration and controversy with his designs. And undoubtedly it is one of the greatest exponents of contemporary architecture.