Final collection UltraStellar table Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery London

Tinuku ~ Dedication final furniture collection Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery in London made of walnut and leather drain references to vintage furniture from the 50s and 60s.

UltraStellar is latest furniture collection by the late Hadid made for close friend gallerist David Gill before fatal heart attack at age 65. Collection by Zaha Hadid is reference to medieval furniture through wood rather than typical acrylic material Hadid favorite.

Design furniture record organic carbon fibers appear beauty to surface, continue to rotate, move and curved. The coffee table composed of four sections that wrap around large hole in middle. Each section has ripple in middle of translucent floor.

Tinuku Final collection UltraStellar table Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery London

Tinuku Final collection UltraStellar table Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery London

Tinuku Final collection UltraStellar table Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery London

Structural ambitious is biggest piece in collection table irregularly shaped, thick legs to support each oval-shaped head is strong enough. In middle of table a dab hole leaning together in aspect of balance.

Dining chair features curved armrest and tapered legs trickle down, details leather extends to bottom. Design was also adapted into bench and connected by curved arm allows groups people to gather.

Aesthetic mastery of fluid in form new piece of wood to continue narrative graceful style. Collection experimental genius Hadid extend these ideas to look forward David Gill Gallery under new direction Patrik Schumacher.

Tinuku Final collection UltraStellar table Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery London

Tinuku Final collection UltraStellar table Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery London

Tinuku Final collection UltraStellar table Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery London

Tinuku Final collection UltraStellar table Zaha Hadid for David Gill Gallery London

The new collection reveals ongoing dialogue with complex interaction Zaha walnut, leather and most contemporary designs acrylic material. Leather upholstery seamlessly flow into each element creating functional furniture.

Zaha Hadid, the founder of Zaha Hadid Architects, was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004 and is internationally known for theoretical and academic work. Each project is revolutionary exploration work and research in the fields of urbanism, architecture and design. (Photo by Martin Slivka)

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