Zaha Hadid Architects, keeping their usual fluid movement language intact, has designed Form in Motion, a groundbreaking exhibition center for the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The design incorporates wavy geometries that give it a great touch of urbanism, while displays a swelling three dimensional environment both from inside and out. The design flow has been perfectly carried out by active combination of architecture, landscape and geology, and the point where these elements intersect by giving it a wave like movements with constantly shifting perspectives.
Designer : Zaha Hadid Architects
The design uniqueness of this project can clearly be seen both in the interior decorations with innovative, state-of-art elements and the extraordinary curvy design of the floor. The furniture along with wall sculptures also reflects the liquid movement design aspect that really has made the auditorium a good example of unique architectural outcomes.
Tuvie has received “Form In Motion” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.
I wish to see water bubbles in there……it sure looks amazing but personally I think its not very cost effective or smart 🙂
I also believe in motion architecture. .or you may say…apparently moving form or buildings…I believe that’s the greatest of feels in modern day architecture as the world is moving from traditional to the unknown future…futuristic architecture as it is makes me believe the art if buildings pass a message to the observer.