Wonder Wall at Selfridges

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Selfridges department store in London has created a Wonder Wall to showcase creative talent, as part of its new Wonder Room ground floor refurbishment by Klein Dytham Architecture.

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Wonder Wall consists of six cabinets that will host a rotating series of exhibitions, starting with - guess who? - Zaha Hadid.

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Photos are by Luke Hayes.

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Here's some info about the inaugural installation, which runs until 30 November:

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The first Wonder Wall by architect Zaha Hadid reflects her role as a pioneer in linking art with architecture.

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The design of the perspex panels across the six cabinets derives from her seminal London painting Malevich’s Tektonik (1976-77) – and positions her objects of inspiration in their own unique landscape.

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Some of the inspirational themes explored include natural forces such as fluidity, gravity & elasticity.

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Wonder Wall at Selfridges
400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB
3 September – 30 November

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  • mehran abedi

    this is really magnifecent, i think it’s better that we call it stunner wall cause of conbination fluidity, gravity and elasticity. great job.