Le Fugitif

November 25, 2007

Zaha Hadid Island

Filed under: [2006-2010] Wind Talker | 风语者 — cyan6 @ 7:24 pm
11, Nov
Anzac Plaza
With the ten year mark passing us by since the building of Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, the bureaucrats have decided that the ‘Bilbao Effect’ needs another shot in the arm. This time they’ve turned to Iraqi-born architectural supremo, Zaha Hadid — who seems to be everywhere at the moment — except that this time it is not a mere building but rather a complete island. She plans to cut off the land that joins it to the mainland and reconnect the newly formed island to the city with eight bridges. The urban development will occupy 72 hectares (180 acres), with 6,000 new houses, two technology centres and a four hectare (10 acre) park. The Basque regional government has estimated the total cost, including transport links, business development and other infrastructure, at €1.43bn (£987m). Work is expected to start in 2010, with a finish date between 2025-2030. [see also Chanel Architecture]
街上人是那么少,少得几乎可以记清楚清甜阳光下, 每一个路人的面孔
正当我举起了相机, 他却横穿了马路,钻进了一酒吧的后门
‘永远’ 便瞬间在我的理解中消失了, 这张没有拍下的照片却清晰地印在脑海里面..
穿越了都市,于两周前的上学期结束后,第一次回到GP 的图书馆
看到两个让我很兴奋的网页, 先记下来


  1. Hello Eason!!

    Comment by Kelly — November 26, 2007 @ 11:28 pm

  2. yeah!!! Zaha is the one!!!

    Comment by LiaNg — December 11, 2007 @ 12:04 am

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