Who designed the aquatic Centre London?
Zaha Hadid Architects
SPACE & PLACE
London Aquatics Centre/Architecture firms
The London Aquatics Centre was originally designed by world-renowned, award winning architect Zaha Hadid in 2004. The concept of the centre was inspired by moving water, creating a space to mirror the surrounding riverside landscapes of the Olympic Park.
Who built the 2012 Aquatic Centre?
architect Zaha Hadid
Design. The centre was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid in 2004 before London won the bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
When was the London Aquatic Centre built?
July 27, 2011London Aquatics Centre / Year built
Is the London Aquatics Centre open to public?
The London Aquatics Centre is open. All sessions must be pre-booked via the Better app or website. Please visit our latest coronavirus updates page for more information. Designed for swimmers of all abilities, from absolute beginners to Olympic and Paralympic champions.
Who are the architects of the London Aquatics Centre?
London Aquatics Centre – Zaha Hadid Architects We work at all scales and in all sectors.
Is Zaha Hadid’s London 2012 Aquatics Centre a structural Tour de force?
Poised between the permanent and the temporary, Zaha Hadid’s London 2012 Aquatics Centre is a structural tour de force, writes Felix Mara. Photography by Hufton + Crow
Is the London Aquatics Centre open to the public?
The London Aquatics Centre in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is celebrating its 3rd anniversary of being open to the public with an Open Day full of swimming and fitness activities on Saturday, 4th March. More than 2.5 million people have visited the former Olympic venue since it opened its doors to the public in 2014.
What can you do at the Aquatic Centre?
It hosts a variety of activities including fitness and family swim sessions, swimming and diving lessons, as well as inclusive community sessions. It also hosts a range of national and international events. Who Designed The Aquatic Centre 2012? It is designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.