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Vitra Design Museum and Campus, Weil am Rhein: fire station by Zaha Hadid

RIBA Ref No RIBA112173
Architect/DesignerGehry Partners
Hadid, Dame Zaha (1950-2016)
Artist/PhotographerMoran, Rik
CityWeil am Rhein
Subject Date1993
Image Date2016
MediumDigital image
Library ReferenceMoran Vitra Museum 14
Colour InfoColour
CreditRik Moran / RIBA Collections
SubjectFire stations ; Museums
NOTES: The Vitra Design Museum was founded in 1989, with the main buildng designed by Frank Gehry. Surrounding the museum is the Vitra Campus or architecture park, which was developed from 1981, as a showcase of contemporary architecture, after a major fire had destroyed most of the previous 1950s factory buildings on the site.

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