Zaha Hadid Foundation

Zaha Hadid Foundation

Zaha Hadid Foundation, Exterior of 10 Bowling Green Lane, 2023 © Zaha Hadid Foundation

10 Bowling Green Lane
London EC1R 0BQ
United Kingdom

The Zaha Hadid Foundation (ZHF) was founded in 2013 by the globally renowned architect,
designer and artist Zaha Hadid. The Foundation was re-launched and became fully active in
2022. It is housed in two buildings in London, in Zaha’s former office at 10 Bowling Green Lane,
Clerkenwell, and at Shad Thames, on the south bank of the river.

The founding purpose of ZHF is to preserve, study and exhibit the full range of Zaha’s work. As
well as managing its collection and archive of c.15,000 works, ZHF curates exhibitions related to
Zaha’s work and artistic outlook, promotes learning through public talks, events, publications
and loans, and supports research at all levels through grants, bursaries and fellowships.


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