Somewhere in the middle of designing a retail space for Stuart Weitzman, planning the New National Stadium of Japan, building the Heydar Aliyev Center in Azerbaijan, and the million other projects that she and her firm are involved with, Zaha Hadid designed and built this new Serpentine Sackler Gallery space in London which opened its doors for a special event this week. The project is Hadid's first permanent public building in London and actually opens to the public on Saturday, September 28. It was built to compliment the existing exhibition space and in addition to the public space, Hadid's building features a restaurant designed to the give the space a "contemporary, temporary feel."

For more in-depth information about the project and the gallery, head to the Serpentine Sackler Gallery page

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[via ArtInfo