Zaha Hadid And the morphology of the “aggressive snake motif”

It all started at the beginning of this century….or maybe even before….

Zaha Hadid designed a morphological structure I like to call the “Aggressive snake motif” (a floating  structure characterized by a sloping edge)    she duplicate it in her designs from time to time, with minor changes…. 

Here are two sketches, published in previous post of mine. they examine Zaha Hadid’s inspiration sources for the“Aggressive snake motif”….

 Eliinbar Sketch book 2012 – Zaha hadid’s Inspiration sources

More information about this sketch…. in my post:

 https://archidialog.com/2012/02/16/zaha-hadids-floating-inspiration/

 Eliinbar Sketch book 2010 – Zaha hadid’s Inspiration sources

More information about this sketch…. in my post:

https://archidialog.com/2010/06/20/peter-eisenman-zaha-hadid-conscious-inspiration/

Do Architects and designers get inspired from their own invention?

Here are three projects whom  Zaha Hadid’s  implementing the “aggressive snake motif”…. for you to judge

Zaha Hadid Architects

MAXXI Museum

Rome , Italy1999-2009

Zaha Hadid Architects

The Evelyn Grace Academy

London UK  2006-2010

Zaha Hadid Architect

Central Bank of Iraq new Headquarters

2012

From Eliinbar Sketch book 2012 – Zaha Hadid’s “aggressive snake motif

“Conscious Inspiration” – to be inspired consciously….

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