Magis Tide Shelving System by Zaha Hadid. Designing a light shaped object that expresses the transition from solid traditional furniture to the slight thickness of plastic was the starting point of 'Tide' by london-based architect Zaha Hadid.
- Developed for Italian furniture manufacturer Magis, based on the idea of minimal surfaces where points have a medium radius equivalent to zero, 'Tide' is a symmetric shelving module in which one can create different compositions through various rotations on itself.
- It allows individuals to build and rebuild the module to fit the space around them, adjusting the components according to their needs - where full empty spaces follow each other without interruption.
- The price is per unit. If you need multiple units please contact us for shipping charges.
Made of glossy ABS
- Size Description
Each unit measures:
Width 45 cm (17.7″)
Deep 25 cm (9.8″)
Height 25 cm (17.7″)
Zaha Hadid was the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize for Architecture in its 26 year history, ZAHA HADID (1950-) has defined a radically new approach to architecture by creating buildings, such as the Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati, with multiple perspective points and fragmented geometry to evoke the chaos of modern life.