As partial of a London Design Festival 2018, a Zaha Hadid Gallery is presenting a new RE/Form runner collection designed by Zaha Hadid Architects for Royal Thai. Consisting of 22 designs opposite 4 themes, a pieces showcase liquid patterns heavily suggestive of Hadid’s architectural works.
The 4 themes include of striated lines, ribbonlike projections, pixelated landscapes, and organic mobile shapes. Each settlement captures “Hadid’s signature use of interweaving, layering and play with light and shadow.”
The designs continue Royal Thai’s design-driven direction, introducing tradition colors to a blurb carpets with shades of turquoise, red, and green. Translated into “Axminster-loomed and hand-tufted designs, any pattern represents reconfiguration and transformation.”
The collection will be on arrangement during a Zaha Hadid Gallery during 101 Goswell Road, London until 21st Sep 2018, combining partial of a London Design Festival. Also on arrangement will be a new 2018 Zaha Hadid Design Collection, along with a new partnership of 3D-printed seat with Nagami.
You can find out some-more about a London Design Festival by reviewing a tip picks of a installations from a 2018 book here.
News via: Zaha Hadid Architects