In Hong Kong, the Stuart Weitzman shoe store was designed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid.
Zaha Hadid works in the style of deconstructivism, which externally manifests itself in biomorphic forms that resemble both the view of a living organism under a microscope and the scenery for a fantastic blockbuster. This style unites the masterpieces of the architect on different continents - The MAXXI (National Museum of Art of the XXI century) in Rome, the Aquatics Center of the 2012 Olympics in London, the Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati and even the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center in Baku.
A similar cosmic biological story is developing with Hadid and with shoe manufacturer Stuart Weitzman. Following the boutique in Milan, the brand's store was opened at IFC (International Finance Center) in Hong Kong. “The store's design symbolizes the dynamic of the city,” Hadid commented.
The architect designed not only showcases and monochrome, with contrasting colored spots, the interior of the retail space, but also stands for shoes, they are also sofas for clients. The furniture, designed by Zaha Hadid, is made of fiberglass with rose gold decor. It should be noted that this is not the first time the architect has shown interest in footwear and furniture design. She has already created furniture and art objects for Sawaya & Moroni and shoes for Lacoste and the Brazilian plastic shoe manufacturer Melissa.