For Milan's Design Week, celebrated Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid created a vortex-like three-dimensional structure in the 16th-century setting of Milan's State University. Called Twirl, it was made for Interni magazine's Mutant Architecture and Design event as as a contemporary study on courtyard architecture. Interni Magazine just released this video where Hadid talks about installation art and what she hoped to accomplish with this daring (and temporary) piece.
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