Be inspired by these 5 most stunning coffee tables by the queen of curve – Zaha Hadid and create a contemporary design dining room that you’ll be proud to gather family and friends.
Zaha Hadid is one of the most influential architects of today. The queen of the curve, as she was known, due to her brave and undulating structures that became her trademark, has left an indelible imprint on the architectural world, transforming the look of contemporary architecture.
Fluid forms and Constructivist aesthetics — such as bold colors and softly angular edges — are the keynotes of her buildings and her furniture. Hadid’s work is the essence of energy and drama.
- Liquid Glacial coffee table encapsulates the tension between movement and stasis.
2. Le-a table is a perfect fit for most contemporary design and interiors. It takes its corkscrew shape from the classic double-bun hairstyle worn by Princess Leia in Star Wars.
Created for pop culture collectable company Leblon Delienne, the table’s two straight ends are contrasted by a looping middle, which also provides support for the furniture.
3. This Mew coffee table was designed with Italian furniture brand Sawaya & Moroni
“Although it brings a successful summary of two distinct surfaces to mind, the Mew table desk starts out from a single enveloping figure to take the form of a futuristic, magically fluid origami,” said Sawaya & Moroni.
4. The voluptuous Aqua coffee table is an uninterrupted whole, a curious and curvaceous form that invites viewers to engage with it. Standing as an impressive centerpiece it delivers a stylish focal point.
5. The UltraStellar coffee table is Zaha Hadid’s final collection of furniture for her long-term gallerist and close friend David Gill.
The coffee table is made up of four parts that each have a deep ripple at their center. The Queen of curve aimed to create sturdy pieces that appear lightweight.
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