Architecturally inspired, ZAHA HADID DESIGN is a contemporary design studio, established in 2006 by Zaha Hadid, which continuously presents amazing home décor ideas by exploring applications of scale, space, material, experience, and innovation. To respond to the demand for her work on a commercial level, the label Zaha Hadid Design collection has been developed and offers a selection of homeware and giftware. Today, Home Décor Ideas is about to inspire you with just a few of the amazing interior designer‘s creations. Ready?
The Mesa Tables evolved from an architectural experiment for the Miami Art Fair 2005. The design creates a world in between the two horizontal planes, a world that becomes structure but in which the voids express the forms as much as the solids
Liquid Glacial Collection
Liquid Glacial Collection is a collection of pieces encompassing tables, chairs and stools resembling ice-formations, transformed from motionless to fluid by the subtle waves rippling below the surface.
Crater explores the relationship between the table and the objects placed upon it achieving a seamless, smooth transition from bowl to candleholder to supporting “crater”.
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The Lapella Chair renders visible its own making and the forces that flow through its thin-shell skin. It also continues the designer’s mission to develop contemporary furniture ideas and design tools that generate geometry expressive of light-weight material utilisation and structural performance.
Cell – Candleholder
The Cell collection of stainless steel candle-holders draw inspiration from the replication and growth of cellular organisms – the insertion points, or the ‘nuclei’, are unified by a dramatic reflective landscape.
Duo – Salt & Pepper Grinder
The Duo Salt and Pepper Set embody a sense of playfulness that characterizes the work of Zaha Hadid. The set can be nested together, or each piece can stand-alone as a sculptural object. The identical pair twists upwards, from a curved three-pointed base to a triangular peak, and is fabricated from a soft touch material with a matt finish.
The tower like geometry provides an architecturally-inspired addition to any table setting, and mimics the twisting hand movements that occur, when in use, for ergonomic efficiency.