Zaha Hadid’s Imaginary Inspiration Source?

Can an Architectural drawing of a building-cross-section, be an Inspiration Source for a talent architect?

Recently I found  a sketch of an architectural-cross-section scribbled  by Le Corbusier in 1927, for an urban Villa.

  Le Corbusier’s

cross-section sketch for an urban Villa

1927

Zaha Hadid Architect

Contemporary Arts Center

Cincinnati Ohio USA  2001-2003

Is Le Corbusier’s cross-section, the inspiration Source for the Contemporary Arts Center designed by Zaha Hadid in Cincinnati?

The first museum designed by a woman architect in the U.S.

Zaha Hadid’s cross-section

for the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati

2001-2003

Eliinbar sketches 2011   Zaha Hadid’s Inspiration Sources?

 Note the following similar characteristics:


1. The unique morphology of the curve at the junction between wall and floor in the lower left of the sketch.


2. Clear division into two parts. Open vertical space with stairs and closed horizontal spaces.


3. The closed spaces are characterized by shifting relation to each other. Open spaces are obtained by the steps.
  

For you to judge….

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4 Responses to “Zaha Hadid’s Imaginary Inspiration Source?”

  1. Hay EliInbar! your blog is amazing and do not mention the posts! 🙂 thank you so much 🙂 this blog is an inspiration for me! 🙂 Have a nice day!

    • Kela Hai
      I enjoy so much writing this blog…. I’m glad I have the opportunity
      to Share with you my thoughts..
      Thanks
      ELI INBAR

  2. Hye, may I know where did you find this section of Corbusier (1927) ? or who was the client ? (in order to find the exact reference of this document). Thanks a lot, Karim. kmb@free.fr

  3. Jeffrey Kipnis Says:

    Hey man, I really love your work – cant say I quite agree with your conclusions, but your research, analyses and observations are really out of this world – use them all the time in my writing and teaching (with credit!)

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