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ZHA Future Cites exhibition in Chengdu

9 March 2022

Design: Zaha Hadid Architects

‘Future Cites’ exhibition now open at Future Design Arts Centre, Chengdu

Until 8 May 2022

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu, China

Photographs by Liang Xue

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu, China

The ‘Future Cities’ monographic exhibition examines the innovations shaping 21st century urbanism and traces Zaha Hadid Architects’ (ZHA) projects that are redefining urban landscapes around the world.

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu, China

Charting ZHA’s multi-disciplinary approach in developing new ideas and concepts to improve how the industry designs and constructs, the exhibition showcases the investigative spirit within their architecture.

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu 2022

In more than 70 award-winning built works to date, and 60 projects currently in development across six continents, ZHA is one of the world’s most consistently inventive architectural studios; collaborating with visionary clients, communities and industry experts worldwide.

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu, China

ZHA’s architecture has evolved from their research into the organic organizational and structural systems of the natural world. These systems are evident within China’s historic architectural traditions explored by the late Zaha Hadid on her first journeys through China more than 40 years ago.

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu, China

Marrying pioneering digital design methods with ecologically sound materials and sustainable construction practices, ZHA does not look at the disparate parts, but works to understand them as a whole; delivering practical solutions to the defining challenges of our era.

As technological advancements rapidly change the way we live, work and interact, the spirit of creativity and innovation within ZHA’s architecture is defined by the myriad of possibilities that enable urban societies to flourish.

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu 2022

Patrik Schumacher, principal of ZHA, explains: “The motivation to move into cities, ever larger, ever denser cities, and into ever larger buildings, is clear: we come together to network, to synergize knowledge, to exchange and to cooperate. The built environment becomes an information-rich, empowering and exhilarating 360-degree interface of communication and networking machine.

“In the future, even more than is evident already now, this super-dense build up will be a mixed-use build up, where multiple life-processes intersect. These life-processes need to be ordered in intricate ways that nevertheless remain legible and thereby empowering.”

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu 2022

‘Future Cities’ exhibition
Until 8 May 2022

Future Design Arts Centre
Gongyuan Avenue, Eastern New Area, Chengdu, China
10:00am to 17:00pm (Closed on Mondays)

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu 2022

ZHA Exhibition Team

Exhibition Curation: Zaha Hadid Architects
Principal of Zaha Hadid Architects: Patrik Schumacher
Exhibition Design and Graphics: Zaha Hadid Architects
ZHA Overall Exhibition Design and Curation: Satoshi Ohashi, Manon Janssens, Yang Jingwen, Juan Liu, Di Ding, Nan Jiang, Feifei Fan, Haotian Man, I-Chun Lin, Lianyuan Ye, Meng Zhao, Sanxing Zhao, Shuaiwei Li, Yanran Lu, Ziming He, Ziyan Xu
ZHA Multimedia: Henry Virgin
ZHA Research Teams: ZH VR, ZH Interiors, ZH AI, ZH Social, ZH Sustainability, ZH CODE

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Exhibition Organisers

Exhibition Design and Curation: Zaha Hadid Architects
Exhibition Museum: Future Design Art Centre
Exhibition Contractor: Shanghai Tongji Architecture Interior Design & Construction

ZHA Future Cites exhibition Chengdu images / information received 090322 from Zaha Hadid Architects UK

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Location: Shanghai, China, Eastern Asia

Zaha Hadid Architects Designs in China

Chinese Architecture Designs by Zaha Hadid Architects – selection below:

Tower C at Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Base, Shenzhen
Tower C Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Base
image courtesy of architectural office
Tower C at Shenzhen Bay

Shenzhen Science & Technology Museum, Shenzhen, China
Shenzhen Science Technology Museum
rendering © Brick
Shenzhen Science & Technology Museum

Xi’an International Football Centre, Xi’an
Xi’an International Football Centre Zaha Hadid Architects China
render by Atchain
Xi’an International Football Centre

Leeza SOHO, Lize Financial Business District, Beijing, China
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
Leeza SOHO by Zaha Hadid Architects in Beijing
photograph : Hufton+Crow
Leeza SOHO in Beijing

Chengdu Building Designs

Contemporary Chengdu Architecture – recent selection:

CIFI Chengdu Wansheng TOD Project, Wenjiang District Sub-center, western Chengdu
Architecture: 10 Design
CIFI Chengdu Wansheng TOD Project, China
visualisation : Frontop
CIFI Chengdu Wansheng TOD Project

The Dessert Kitchen
Architects: Towodesign
The Dessert Kitchen in Chengdu
photography : Towodesign/span>
The Dessert Kitchen in Chengdu

Canopy by Hilton in Chengdu, 5 Xiyu Street, Qingyang District
Architects: CCD / Cheng Chung Design (HK)
Canopy by Hilton Chengdu City Centre Hotel
photos by CCD
Canopy by Hilton Chengdu City Centre Hotel

China Architectural Designs

Chinese Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:

Shanghai Architecture Designs – chronological list

Shanghai Architectural News

China Architecture Designs – chronological list

Changzhou Culture Center
Architect: gmp · von Gerkan, Marg and Partners · Architects
Changzhou Culture Plaza
photography © Schran Images
Changzhou Culture Center Building

Gallery at Hongqiao World Centre in Shanghai
Gallery at Hongqiao World Centre
image from architects
Gallery at Hongqiao World Centre in Shanghai

Chinese Architecture

Chinese Architects

Chinese Buildings

Zaha Hadid Books

Zaha Hadid Architects – All Projects + Practice Information

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