Hadid explains tricks of the trade
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November 17 2009
Using a 3D Building Information Modelling (BIM) system the practice can explore a range of solutions for the “primary gesture." In the words of Hadid architect Cristiano Ceccato this allows the practice to produce: “elegant structures on a grand scale in the knowledge that what we design can be constructed.”
Hadid’s work is known for its experimentation with spatial quality, at the Transport Museum for instance a vast billowing roof has been designed to stand unsupported by columns, maximising clear open plan floorplates for the display of exhibits.
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