Zaha Hadid Limited Edition Stainless Steel Vase "Crevasse"
Designed by Zaha Hadid (Iraqi-British, 1950 — 2016)
Stainless steel vase with PVD ‘blue metal’ coating
Impressed to the underside ‘Officina Alessi / INOX 18/10 / Zaha Hadid / 2005 / 116679’
Numbered 892 / 999
Manufactured by Officina Alessi
A stainless steel vase titled Crevasse designed by well-known architect Zaha Hadid and manufactured by Officina Alessi, dated 2005. This hand-made and limited edition vase features a blue metal PVD coating. The piece is presented in its original packaging.
Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid DBE RA was an architect known for her expressive and curvaceous designs. The architect received her formal education at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London with Rem Koolhaas (Dutch, b. 1944), Elia Zenghelis (Greek, b. 1937), and Bernard Tschumi (Swiss, b. 1944). Hadid’s works do not fit neatly into any one architectural movement. However, she is often associated with Deconstructivism and parametricism. Her notable projects include the MAXXI in Rome, Italy; the Maggie’s Centre in Fife, Scotland; and the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
This item is being offered to benefit the Contemporary Arts Center.
- item presented in it’s original packaging; minor amounts of scuffing and scratching to the vase, concentrated along the underside; small amounts of glue residue to the underside of the vase.
- measures the vase; box measures 17" W x 3.75" H x 3" D.