Zaha Hadid Architects designs a swooping shawl – Curbed

In further to envisioning unconditional buildings on a grand scale, a late Zaha Hadid and her use were also famous for designing tiny objects, from sculptural vases to organic furniture to jewelry.

Now a shawl can be combined to a collection. Inspired by a Zaha Hadid Architects-designed condo during 520 West 28th Street by a High Line park in Manhattan, a unconventional H-Line hat, as it’s called, echoes a curving lines of a facade. Its molded cosmetic form creates a margin that flips adult during a front and swoops down to a indicate in a back. Rendered in an ombre of white to a intolerable blue, a topper stands detached as a quite colorful objet.

The shawl was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects executive Patrik Schumacher as partial of a “hat party” fundraising eventuality for Friends of a High Line, a nonprofit classification founded in 1999 that oversees a maintenance, operations, and open programming for a towering linear park.



Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects

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