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9 April, 2008
By Richard Waite
1 April 2008Richard Waite
Zaha Hadid has been pitched into battle against Daniel Libeskind and Massimiliano Fuksas to design the new Solomon R Guggenheim museum in Vilnius, Lithuania.
3 September 2010Richard Waite
Work is expected to start in November on Zaha Hadid Architects’ competition-winning library and learning centre for the Vienna University of Economics and Business in Austria
1 December 2006RW
RMJM has seen off an amazing shortlist featuring some of the biggest names in world architecture to win the controversial Gazprom City skyscraper competition in St Petersburg, Russia.
4 April 2014Rakesh Ramchurn
Key architects’ visions of ‘home’ one of the highlights of this year’s Milan Furniture Fair
11 April 2008Richard Vaughan
Zaha Hadid will create a giant slide for a major new exhibition in Gloucestershire called the Artists’ Playground.
12 April 2007RW
Zaha Hadid has lost out to fellow international star Tadao Ando in the high-profile battle to design a new gallery in Venice.
1 February 2007RW
These are the first images of Zaha Hadid's performing arts centre in Abu Dhabi - the centrepiece of the Solomon R Guggenheim Saadiyat Island cultural district project.
18 September 2007RW
British starchitects Norman Foster, Richard Rogers and Zaha Hadid have been in talks with French president Nicolas Sarkozy about the revival of Paris' famed ' Grand Projets '.
20 September 2014Nicholas Boyarsky
Nicholas Boyarsky writes on the vital role of drawing as his father’s collection of architects’ artworks goes on display for the first time
28 February 2007RW
Zaha Hadid and Japanese starchitect Tadao Ando have found themselves on rival sides in the battle to design a new gallery in Venice.
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