Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion by Zaha Hadid 2

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Here are some more photos and drawings of the Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion by Zaha Hadid Architects in Zaragoza, Spain.

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The structure spanning the river incorporates four enclosed exhibition spaces and combines the structural considerations of a bridge with the spatial requirements of a pavilion.

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See our previous story for more information.

Photographs by Fernando Guerra.

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  • John Avlakiotis

    PLEASE!
    NO MORE ZAHA HADID BUILDINGS ON THIS PLANET!
    (I am so tired of organic shaped buildings-they stress me out)

  • http://www.gauthiercollins.ca Viv

    If its a journey not a destination it makes sense

  • Retief

    i agree with John.A,

    there is something in the form of this overbearing, clumsy beast that can make one feel stressed out.

    it (in my opinion) lacks subtlety, and all the elements seem to be sit uncomfortably together, like their arguing with each other!

    love Hadid, don’t love this though

  • bebo

    i wanna see here doinng the shop drawing for this project…

  • rex

    it is a monster

  • http://www.architect-studio.blogspot.com studio k

    the fluidity, the movement, the speedness…. no-word to subscripe…

  • Lisa E.

    I think this is a really beautiful space. I like the way light falls in patterns on the interior. It is an impressive space and it satisfies one’s natural responsiveness to organic lines and shapes. The accepted norm of what a bridge should be was analyzed and reinvented to create something totally different and new. It challenges our way of thinking.

  • johnH

    Oh my god, this is hideous.

  • Jame Mark Pinotes

    I really like to form something like that