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Posts tagged as 'Klaus Leuschel'

Thu 7.4.

Zaha Hadid (1950–2016)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.04.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Zaha Hadid (1950–2016); photo Brigitte Lacombe

Zaha Hadid (1950–2016); photo Brigitte Lacombe

Respected design critic and curator Klaus Leuschel pays a personal tribute to the Baghdad-born architect who, despite her non-establishment profile, would go on to become one of industry’s most influential and paradigm-shifting grandees.

 

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The TexPavillon was created within the context of the KTI Research Project on the use of textiles as durable materials in building construction; photo: KTI-Forschungsprojekt

The TexPavillon was created within the context of the KTI Research Project on the use of textiles as durable materials in building construction; photo: KTI-Forschungsprojekt

Swissness, Swiss Design, Made in Switzerland…? The awards ceremony for this year’s Design Prize Switzerland (Design Preis Schweiz) in Langenthal on 30 October will conclude the scheme’s 13th edition. Thanks to the ‘diversified competition structure’ (as the organisers put it), the current DPS has registered 450 entries in 12 award categories, 50 per cent more than the last time the competition was held (2013/14). (by Klaus Leuschel)

 

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The golden-bronze roof structure of Pulkovo Airport shimmers magnificently; the folded structures seem reminiscent of expressionist architecture; photo: Yuri Molodkovets

The golden-bronze roof structure of Pulkovo Airport shimmers magnificently; the folded structures seem reminiscent of expressionist architecture; photo: Yuri Molodkovets

Ever since Norman Foster’s game-changing Stansted Airport was completed almost 25 years ago, it’s been full throttle for London’s high-tech architects, with their aviation-celebrating terminals around the globe themselves been celebrated for their progressive, aspirational designs. (by Klaus Leuschel)

 

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