Zaha Hadid: Architecture, Design, and Related Arts Talk

3 min read  ·  02 Aug 2022

Join The Zaha Hadid Foundation and HENI Art Club for an exclusive talk about the legendary architect, designer, and artist.

Jane Pavitt, Head of Learning and Research at the Zaha Hadid Foundation, introduces us to the architect’s life and work, looking back in time to reveal what shaped her unique style.

Internationally recognised as one of the most important architects of the modern period, Zaha Hadid is frequently credited with developing a whole new architectural language in her quest for what she described as ‘complex, dynamic and fluid spaces.’

In-person attendees are being offered a personal tour of the Foundation’s inaugural exhibition Zaha Hadid: Reimagining London, which delves into the collections and archives of the Foundation, uncovering rare and unseen works, including personal sketchbooks, from over 40 years of practice.

All attendees, in-person and online, will receive a digital HENI Attendance Token (HAT) after the event. In-person spots are limited and will go fast, so make sure you RSVP to secure your place! For those unable to join us in person, we will be livestreaming the event to a global audience. A recording will be upload to our website after the event, for HAC members to watch at their convenience.

The event is open to HENI Art Club members only; join us today and get your first month free using the code ZAHAHADID1

10 Bowling Green Lane,
London, EC1R 0BQ

Doors open: 6:30pm
Tour of exhibition: 6:30 - 7:00pm
Talk and Livestream: 7:00 - 8:00pm
Refreshments: 8:00 - 8:30pm
Event ends: 8:30pm