Hadid’s work continues with construction of German exhibition centre

The legacy of the late Zaha Hadid continues as construction on the NürnbergMesse Hall 3C for international exhibitions in Germany commences.

The design for Hall 3C is a continuation of the design principles from the existing Hall 3A, which was built by Zaha Hadid Architects in 2014.

The inclined roof of the new hall will drop from 20 to 13 meters in height to provide acoustic benefits, as well as reductions in energy consumption and emissions. Also 3,000m2 of glazed façades will enable light to penetrate the interior.

Currently, pictures painted by students from local schools on the theme of “Nürnberg — my city” are displayed along the 300 meter fence surrounding Hall 3C’s construction site, in a d, which supports around 15,000 full-time jobs per year. The facility is expected to be completed at the end of 2018.

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