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Play of Light sand creating an amazing view [12]. The most used substance Play of masses under the factor of daylight is one of the to achieve the desired seamless curves is concrete.

She techniques used intensively by Hadid wherein the element of usually tries to avoid using L shape or 90 degree corners by shadow adds motion and life to the elevation. Play of masses curving the surfaces in order to give the sense of continuous could be achieved by using buckling, extrusion, fragmenta- fluid space and sometimes by inclining surfaces toward the tion, abstraction, and making the building porous; most ap- inside or outside such as Eli and Edythe Art Museum in plications of these ways are explained in previous techniques.

Michigan, USA. Actually, the feature of fluid being built in the play of daylight [12]. She inspired this space in Hadid projects makes the visitor unconsciously wants technique from her meditation of nature and the Chinese to walk, move, and see what is next, self-directed, so there is traditional painting art.

She knows that the reason why people no need any more for an introductory guide and even for are attracted to mountains is because of the simple meander- signage. An example of that is seen in Maxxi Museum in ing in the mountains and the light factor which work together Rome where the visitor could experience fluidity; 16 year-old to portray a beautiful view [19]. She applies this technique through manipulating masses organization pre- sented in bundles such as fragmentation Fig.

Perceived Contradiction in Hadid and facilities.

Techniques Through analyzing Hadid techniques of generating form, it is References assumed that contradiction is the underlying reason of her [1] Aiello T. Emaj Art Journal 1: 3. Accessed April 22nd, URL: and rational architecture.

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Therefore, her architecture is a zine. Accessed Dec 9th, The six techniques have been enhanced through [10] Durmus S. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences and Istanbul that establishes the feature of worldliness in her Accessed May 4th, Doi: Accessed Feb 23, Glancey J.

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The Guardian Future magazine. Accessed July 24th, Architectural Research Methods. Canada: who see her works in photos for the first time, one can see John Wiley and Sons their impressions that were full of wonder and surprise ac- [14] Hadid Z.

The MIT Press New York: Guggenheim Museum, Hadid has actually exceeded our current time by designing the [16] Hadid Z. The Complete Zaha Hadid. In: fluidity.

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Accessed March 3, Art and Design, saturday interview. Accessed them whether they are reflecting this era with all its properties Open Journal of Architectural Design 9 June 3rd, Com- design the landscape of the site. If the building design uses plex and fluid space is one of the tasks Hadid committed spiral lines, the landscape design also takes the same manner herself to carry out [4].

Fluid large foyer is assumed to be such as pavements, green zones, lakes and stairs. Layering in painting is to apply more than one layer of color Table 3 shows different ways of applying this technique.

Therefore, layer- ing is manipulating the floors positions in terms of superpo- sition to create energetic form such as Peak project. She learned the way of conceiving space in layering from the painting of Chinese art and morphology of erosion in nature. Good example of this technique includes AbdUllah Art Cultural Center which shows the bold mani- pulation for the grounds of floors resulted in generating Fig. Com Table 4.

Seamlessness and Fluidity The last technique is applying the feature of seamlessness to go through every part of the project. Seamlessness and fluid- ity are noticeably prevalent characteristics in almost of Hadid Fig. She gets inspiration for this In Amman,Jordan Com calligraphy, and the natural seamless flow of the landscapes in Sumerian village, Iraq that happens between reeds, water, and 5.

Play of Light sand creating an amazing view [12]. The most used substance Play of masses under the factor of daylight is one of the to achieve the desired seamless curves is concrete. She techniques used intensively by Hadid wherein the element of usually tries to avoid using L shape or 90 degree corners by shadow adds motion and life to the elevation. Play of masses curving the surfaces in order to give the sense of continuous could be achieved by using buckling, extrusion, fragmenta- fluid space and sometimes by inclining surfaces toward the tion, abstraction, and making the building porous; most ap- inside or outside such as Eli and Edythe Art Museum in plications of these ways are explained in previous techniques.

Michigan, USA. Actually, the feature of fluid being built in the play of daylight [12]. She inspired this space in Hadid projects makes the visitor unconsciously wants technique from her meditation of nature and the Chinese to walk, move, and see what is next, self-directed, so there is traditional painting art.

She knows that the reason why people no need any more for an introductory guide and even for are attracted to mountains is because of the simple meander- signage.

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An example of that is seen in Maxxi Museum in ing in the mountains and the light factor which work together Rome where the visitor could experience fluidity; 16 year-old to portray a beautiful view [19]. She applies this technique through manipulating masses organization pre- sented in bundles such as fragmentation Fig. Perceived Contradiction in Hadid and facilities. Techniques Through analyzing Hadid techniques of generating form, it is References assumed that contradiction is the underlying reason of her [1] Aiello T.

Emaj Art Journal 1: Accessed April 22nd, Contemporary mixture between liberation and logic; rational and irrational; Arab Affairs Vol. Accessed March 11, The liberating techniques for form The Guardian magazine. The roots [4] Belogolovsky V. Russian Architectural News Agency.

Accessed Sep 25th, Russian Art of the Avant-Garde: Theory and Criti- architecture at the global level. For example, abstraction is a cism Thames and Hudson, Accessed Dec 20th, Association of Novi Sad Architects.

Accessed March3rd, In addition, fluidity and seamlessness are gained tech- http: Accessed Aug23rd, Domus maga- architecture, and landscape. Therefore, her architecture is a zine. Accessed Dec 9th, The six techniques have been enhanced through [10] Durmus S. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences Accessed May 4th, Accessed Feb 23, Glancey J. Art and Design. The Guardian Future magazine.

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Accessed July 24th, Architectural Research Methods. The MIT Press New York: Guggenheim Museum, Hadid has actually exceeded our current time by designing the [16] Hadid Z. The Complete Zaha Hadid. Edita Tokyo, Accessed January 1st, Her manipulation in employing con- http: Art and Design, themonday globally kind of architecture that is friendly and lovely to interview.

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