Photo by Kris Tamburello
A new public pop-up exhibition opened on Thursday that features architectural models and design products from Zaha Hadid Architects. The exhibition is located on the ground level of 520 West 28th Street, the futuristic High Line condo designed by late starchitect Zaha Hadid. The 2,000-square-foot gallery space is a part of Related Companies’ High Line Nine, a collection of boutique exhibition space under the High Line. Gallery-goers will see models of 520 W 28th and other projects as well as the latest collaborations from Zaha Hadid Design.
Photos by Kris Tamburello
“The development of the High Line Nine is part of Related Companies’ ongoing commitment to preserve and enhance the cultural character of West Chelsea, and further expand the art and cultural neighborhood coming to life at Hudson Yards,” Greg Gushee, executive vice president of Related, said.
The innovative AVIA chandeliers for Slamp will be on display; photo courtesy of Slamp
Perhaps the most architecturally interesting salt & pepper grinder out there, these add a playful touch to any table setting; via ZHA
The Striation rug comes from the new RE/Form collection for Royal Thai. According to the team, “Hadid’s signature use of layering and play with light and shadow” is celebrated in the rug’s design; via ZHA
The Cell candleholder collection is made from stainless steel, with a design inspired by the replication and growth of cellular organisms; photo by Kris Tamburello
Also on display is the Lapella chair, which reinterprets the iconic lounge chair designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1963. The chair was made with contemporary stone tooling and carbon fiber composites; photo by Kris Tamburello
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea