Though a namesake and founder, pattern idol Zaha Hadid, upheld divided in Mar 2016, Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) hasn’t slowed down. The firm’s latest is a unusual lighting designation in Karlsruhe, Germany, projected onto a masquerade of a 18th-century Karlsruhe Palace.
“Behaviour Morphe,” constructed in partnership with artists Max Cooper, Mubbasir Kapadia, and Andy Lomas, uses a interactions of digital characters combined with AI to emanate epitome patterns that are afterwards projected onto a palace.
The light show, that ran from Aug 3 until final week, was partial of Karlsruhe’s Schlosslichtspiele, where artists, architects, and designers any presented works in light to renovate a palace’s 560-foot-long facade. Other participants embody a founders of Asymptote, Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture, as good as Greg Lynn.
It’s a bit of a depart for ZHA, that has newly been operative on architectural projects—like an airfield depot in Beijing and several projects in New York City, including a condo building along Manhattan’s High Line park—along with furniture and objects. Watch a video below.