CULTURE

Inside “The Extraordinary Process,” the Late Architect Zaha Hadid’s Final Exhibit

Damian Griffiths

Designers like Iris Van Herpen and Stephen Jones all offered up their take on the future of fashion for “The Extraordinary Process,” the exhibit the late architect Zaha Hadid had been planning before her death, and which is now on display at Maison Mais Non gallery in London.

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Installation view of design by Stephen Jones.
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Installation view of design by Iris Van Herpen.
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Installation view of design by Material Intelligence, Krystyna Kozhoma x Zaha Hadid Design.
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Installation view.
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Installation view of design by Nasir Mazhar.
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Installation view of design by Nasir Mazhar with set design by Charlie Waterhouse.
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Installation view of design by XO.
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Installation view of designs by Design Research Lab.
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Installation view of designs by Zaha Hadid.
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Installation view of design by Peter Do and BRUTE, “The Extraordinary Process.”
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Installation view of designs by Design Research Lab.
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Installation view of Minimaforms (Theodore and Stephen Spyropoulos), “Emotive City (2015-).”
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Installation view of design by Patrik Schumacher.
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Installation view of design by Phoebe English.
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