Zaha Hadid Foundation inaugural exhibit explores the late architect’s radical reinventions of London

Timed to coincide with the London Festival of Architecture, the Zaha Hadid Foundation (ZHF) has announced it will stage its first-ever exhibition, a fittingly timed survey of “radical reinventions” envisioned by the late Pritzker Prize–winning Iraqi-British architect for her longtime home.

Opening on June 8, the free, student-curated exhibition, entitled Zaha Hadid: Reimagining London, will be presented at the former headquarters of Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) at a Victorian school building on Bowling Green Lane in Clerkenwell, central London. As announced at the full formal launch of the ZHF this past March, the physical footprint of the foundation, which will eventually oversee a permanent

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