Embracing the soul of the desert, this wooden oasis captivates with its wave-shaped allure and organic sculpting. Detailed textures weave tales of nature, while boldly textured surfaces invite you to touch the essence of design. Vines climb, creating a harmonious dance with the elements, and inventive, elaborate facades tell stories of creativity
Midjourney AI, Adobe Photoshop
Uzima Mtaa Hub - Where Tradition and Innovation Embrace the Future. In the heart of Cape Town, redefining the urban landscape in a way that is both deeply rooted in tradition and forward-looking in its approach.
Uzima Mtah Hub
Cape Town, CBD, South Africa
Leonardo AI, Adobe Photoshop
The study on parametric architecture for urban wooden pavilions delves into the innovative design approach that aims to revitalize urban environments with functional and aesthetically pleasing structures. Focused on creating small wooden pavilions, the research investigates their potential to offer shade and serve as central meeting and interaction...
Parametric architecture for urban wooden pavilions
Alice Oprică Arhitectura SRL (https://aliceoprica.ro/)
Cluj-Napoca, jud. Cluj, Romania
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) marks a significant milestone, celebrating their 15- year journey in China with The New World exhibition of their work and research at the Guardian Art Centre, Beijing.
Architecture, Interior Design
Open to public
This series of Midjourney images builds upon the explorations of the Silk and Stone series, with the aim of expanding upon the contradictory and interconnected nature of the previous works within a fresh paradigm.
Mohammad Qasim Iqbal
Nottingham Trent University
Imagine standing at the precipice of a vast desert, its serenity disrupted only by the specter of towering vertical cities shimmering against the horizon. This is not an architectural blueprint or a city planning project, but rather an artistic expedition, inspired and orchestrated by the potent synergy between human creativity and artificial intel...
Endless Vertical Cities
A parametric system of 1 km wooden bars makes the pavilion flexible, easy-to-assemble and highly sustainable and recyclable. The concept of the shelter is further explored in our design process by finding inspiration in the aquatic animal species of the Sea urchins, or Echinoidea.
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has been named winner of the competition to design the Jinghe New City Culture & Art Centre.
Jinghe New City Culture & Art Centre
Zaha Hadid Architects
Jinghe, Xi’an, China