Wonder Wall consists of six cabinets that will host a rotating series of exhibitions, starting with - guess who? - Zaha Hadid.
Photos are by Luke Hayes.
Here's some info about the inaugural installation, which runs until 30 November:
The first Wonder Wall by architect Zaha Hadid reflects her role as a pioneer in linking art with architecture.
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.
Some of the inspirational themes explored include natural forces such as fluidity, gravity & elasticity.
Wonder Wall at Selfridges
400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB
3 September – 30 November
- Colour Factory by Dan Brill Architects
- London Festival of Architecture update
- New Pinterest board: red buildings
- Viamala Raststätte Thusis by Iseppi/Kur…ath
- Die Kunstbar by Studio Arne Quinze
- House by Double Negatives Architecture a…dapted to suit a difficult woodland site
- Modern Art Museum of Medellin by 51-1 Ar…quitectos
- Yuko Nagayama floats an apartment above …a patisserie in Japan
- Stacked concrete volumes frame entrance …to House M by Estudio Aire
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