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Architect Zaha Hadid has a well-known and distinctive design style, which often features multiple perspective points and fragmented geometry. In 2004, she was the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize, and has since won the Sterling Prize in 2010 and 2011. Hadid’s most recent work nominated for an award is her liquid glacial table, which has been put forward for Design Museum’s Designs of the Year Awards.


While the table appears to have been carved out of ice or glass, it is actually made from a long-lasting and transparent acrylic. Captured in the form of liquid puddles, the two parts interlock to create an astonishing effect which looks as though the piece has been frozen in time. The six legs of the table resemble whirlpools, spiralling down from the puddles of the surface, with a complexity added by the kaleidoscopic refractions found by looking at the table from varying perspectives.

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