The Zaha Hadid 'Arum' Installation Explores Ethereal Structure

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Aug 28, 2012 • References: zaha-hadid & dezeen
A centerpiece in the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012, the Zaha Hadid 'Arum' Installation explores lightweight structure.

Showcasing the work of the dynamic architect, the structure is a testament to Zaha Hadid's professional excellence in constructive creations. The dynamic prize-winning installation provides a bold visual at the center of the Common Ground exhibition in the Arsenale.

A large metallic funnel-like construction, the erected centerpiece by the renowned architect commands attention with its exemplary exploration of space. The pleated metal structure capitalizes the ideal of ethereal architecture. According to DeeZeen magazine, "the structure is derived from research into combining lightweight shells and tensile structures." Boasting abstract qualities, this structure is avant-garde standout at the Venice event. Stats for Spellbinding Metallic Installations Trending: Older & Warm
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