This breathtaking architectural project by Zaha Hadid is located in the United Arab Emirates. It took nine years to finish and is a fusion between technology and sustainability.
Even people who are not experts in architecture can recognize all the beautiful masterpieces from Zaha Hadid’s projects. What makes them stand out is their futuristic looks. Plus, they are an environmental company.
Though most of the world’s most eye-catching buildings are famous thanks to their unique aesthetic. However, more recent environmental projects are getting the recognition they deserve. For example, in Australia, Kerstin Thompson debuted a building that responds to and adapts to climate disasters.
Zaha Hadid’s most recent project for Beech Group is a 30 000 square foot headquarters in Sharjah, UEA. It is a net-zero building that showcases a sustainable design.
BEEAH Group is a local public-private partnership company that focuses on the environmental condition and waste management. They enlisted Zaha Hadid to create a massive building that reflected what the company wanted.
And what they wanted is clear just by a little glance at the building, which looks like connected dunes. Akbari explains that the prevailing winds have made the dunes naturally. Therefore, this most recent Zaha Hadid project reflects exactly the natural dunes. Plus, it optimizes the area’s environmental conditions.
Zaha Hadid Architects´ Breathtaking Futuristic Project for Beeah Groups
This building has a lot of other surprising things. In addition to having the ability to respond to climate changes, it does what it can to reduce human-impacted. In the summertime, the system produces power to meet the high peak months. The excess electricity is reutilized.
Plus, they comprise locally sourced and recycled construction materials, with an internal glass fiber that increases the building thermal mass and moves away from the heat. There is also a water system that filtrates the water to save up.
The company wanted a fusion between technology and sustainability. And they got what they wanted. Zaha Hadid made a smart building with a boaster for self-learning and self-healing capacities. These gadgets can automatically adjust the light and temperature, constantly optimizing.
Akbari states that the new headquarters is an intelligent building that constantly changes based on the climate. This is just an example of the incredible projects that Zaha Hadid architects do.
Source: Architectural Digest