The latest jewel by Zaha Hadid. The constantly daring design undertaken by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, who passed away in March 2016. Her constant interest in the transformation of design led her to create a collection which stands out due to its capacity for masterfully integrating organic lines and liquid forms, full of innovation and sustainability.

Zaha Hadid

Creative and very ahead of her time, Zaha Hadid (1950-2016), the founding partner of Zaha Hadid Architects, won the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004 and is internationally renowned for her legacy in architectural jewels with an avant-garde appearance such as the National Museum of Art and 21 st Century Art in Rome, the BMW Central Building in Leipzig and the Guangzhou Opera House.


‘The essence of life’
Water is the architect of nature. Its movements are therefore the most incredible natural creations that can be seen in the world. Vitae, which reflects this “liquid modernity” shown so well by Zaha Hadid, is a full bathroom collection with immense aesthetic value. Dynamic in its forms and with an avant-garde personality, Vitae presents a combination of organic elements, predicting a future in which innovation and comfort are one.

Patrik Schumacher

The right hand of Zaha Hadid. The driving force in the continuity of her work. Patrik Schumacker (1961), is an architect and architecture academic. He studied Philosophy and Mathematics in Bonn, as well as Architecture in Stuttgart and London. In 1988, still a student, he joined the Zaha Hadid design studio. Since then, Schumacher has worked as the director of Zaha Hadid Architects. Since Hadid’s death in March 2016, he has led the company, representing deconstructivism and taking the spirit of Zaha Hadid wherever his projects go.