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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Centre designed by Zaha hadid

Performing Arts Centre in Abu Dhabi by Zaha Hadid is an amazing modern building. I wish someday I could visit this terrific architecture. The further information about this modern architecture quoted via dezeen.com is presented below:

Zaha Hadid’s office have sent us two more images of her Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Centre, plus a statement describing the project. The top image shows a perspective looking towards the building from the sea, while the image above shows the main lobby.

Zaha Hadid unveiled the design of the new Performing Arts Centre at a press conference in Abu Dhabi, UAE today.

Hadid’s Performing Arts Centre concept, a 62 metre high building is proposing to house five theatres – a music hall, concert hall, opera house, drama theatre and a flexible theatre with a combined seating capacity for 6,300. The Centre may also house an Academy of Performing Arts.

The Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Centre will be one of five major cultural institutions on the new 270-hectacre cultural district of Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi - developed by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation on behalf of the Tourism Development and Investment Company of Abu Dhabi (TDIC).

Zaha Hadid describes the design of the Performing Arts Centre as “a sculptural form that emerges from a linear intersection of pedestrian paths within the cultural district, gradually developing into a growing organism that sprouts a network of successive branches.

Source: www.dezeen.com

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