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 POLITEKNIK UNGKU OMARRAMS
C 2329 HISTORY OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE ( SEJARAH SENIBINA MODEN)
 
2009
Born in Baghdad in 1950,
Zaha Hadid
studiedarchitecture at the Architectural Association from 1972, whereshe was awarded the Diploma Prize in 1977. She then becamea member of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture; beganteaching at the AA with Rem Koolhaas and Elia Zenghelis; andlater lead her own studio at the AA until 1987. Her academicconcerns have continued to the present, with periods of visiting professorship at Columbia and Harvard Universities, and aseries of Master Classes and lectures at various venues aroundthe world. During 1994 she held the Kenzo Tange chair at theGraduate School of Design, Harvard University.Her work was awarded wide recognition in 1983, with awinning entry for 
The Peak Club
, Hong Kong, which wasfollowed by first place awards for competitors in
 Kufurstendamm
, Berlin (1986); for an
 Art and Media Centre
inDusseldorf (1989); and for the
Cardiff Bay Opera House
in1994.In parallel to her theoretical and academic work, Hadid beganher own practice in 1979 with the design for an Apartment inEaton Place, London. This work was awarded the ArchitecturalDesign Gold Medal during 1982. Others projects have includedfurniture and interiors for Bitar, London (1985), and the designof several buildings in Japan; including two projects in Tokyo(1988), a Folly in Osaka (1990). In 1990 Hadid also completedan Exhibition Pavillion for Video Art in Gronningen, and in1992 she created the installation for ìThe Great Utopiaîexhibition at the Guggenheim Museum, New York. During1988-89 Hadid received the commission for Vitra Fire Stationin Weil am Rhein, which was completed for harbour developments in Hamburg, Bordeaux and Cologne.Hadid's paintings and drawings have been showninternationally, beginning with a large retrospective at the AAin 1983. Other major exhibitions include the GuggenheimMuseum, New York (1978); the GA Gallery, Tokyo (1985);the Museum of Modern Art in New York (1988); The GraduateSchool of Design at Harvard University (1994), and TheWaiting Room at Grand Central Station New York (1995).Hadid¶s work also forms part of the permanent collection of various institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, NewYork, and the Deutsches Architektur Museum in Frankfurt.
 
 POLITEKNIK UNGKU OMARRAMS
C 2329 HISTORY OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE ( SEJARAH SENIBINA MODEN)
 
2009
Vitra
F
ire
S
tation
 
in
W
eil
 
am
Rh
ein.
 
Th
e
 
most
F
amous
w
ork
 
of 
Z
a
h
a
H
adid
 
is
 
t
h
e
 
Vitra
F
ire
S
tation
 
in
W
eil
 
am
Rh
ein,
b
uilt
 
in
1993
.
Th
e
b
uilding
 
s
h
eds
 
t
h
e
 
fire
 
engines
 
of 
 
t
h
e
 
Vitra
 
furniture
 
factory,
 
as
w
ell
 
as
 
t
h
e
 
canteen
 
and
 
sanitary
 
areas
 
and
 
a
 
fitness
 
room.
  T
ension
 
is
 
t
h
e
 
key
w
ord
 
t
h
at
 
descri
b
es
 
t
h
e
b
uildings
 
concept.
A
s
 
t
h
e
 
fire
 
service
 
is
 
t
h
e
 
events
 
of 
 
fire,
 
tension
 
is
 
also
 
t
h
e
 
keynote
 
of 
 
t
h
e
b
uildings
 
design.
Th
e
 
pointed
 
sla
b
of 
 
concrete
 
t
h
at
 
plunges
 
like
 
an
 
arro
w
into
 
t
h
e
 
landscape
 
makes
 
t
h
e
 
canopy
 
seems
 
to
 
float.
L
ike
 
a
 
monument,
 
or
 
a
 
sculpture
 
,
 
t
h
e
 
canopy
 
of 
 
t
h
e
 
complex
 
rests
 
on
 
t
h
in,
 
straig
h
t
 
and
 
sloping
 
pillars
 
t
h
at
 
defy
 
t
h
e
 
logic
 
of 
 
constriction.
S
lanting
w
alls
 
and
 
interlocking
 
planes
 
add
 
to
 
t
h
e
 
expressive
 
look
 
of 
 
t
h
e
b
uilding.
 F
rom
 
a
b
irds
 
eye
 
vie
w
,
 
t
h
e
b
uilding
 
looks
 
like
 
a
 
paper
 
airplane,
 
elegant
 
and
 
aerodynamic.
F
rom
 
some
 
point,
 
t
h
e
 
slanted
w
alls
 
invoke
 
t
h
e
 
image
 
of 
 
a
 
s
h
ip.
 
Vitra
F
ire
S
tation
 

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