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Zaha Hadid's Home House designs

Private members’ club Home House reveals new Hadid interiors

The AJ has been given a sneak peek behind the closed doors of the Home House private members club to catch a glimpse of the first interior scheme by Zaha Hadid in London for two decades.

The Pritzker-prize winning architect has designed a new metallic silver bar and furniture within the James Wyatt-designed Georgian townhouse in Marylebone.

Designed in collaboration with Patrik Shumacher, Hadid described the scheme as a serious of sculptural islands – ‘sinuous forms [that] follow the fluid geometries of natural systems and distortions.’

Made from fibre glass, resin and fabric the interior covers 158m².

The pictures are presented as a Flickr slideshow. You can click on an image to see the next in the series or select pictures directly using the thumbnail images below.All pictures byLuke Hayes

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