ZHA Teamed Up with Hyperloop Italia to Create Eco-Friendly and Safe Transport

zaha hadid and hyperloop

Zaha Hadid Architects have cooperated with Hyperloop Italia to design the transport of the future. ZHA recently signed a document of agreement with Hyperloop Italia for the next phase of transport work that could revolutionize the vehicle world.

Hyperloop focuses on transporting travelers at a high speed while being economical, safe, and most importantly sustainable. A fully renewable energy technology transfers passenger and cargo capsules through pipes using low pressure. It minimizes friction, consuming only a small part of the energy required to power familiar to us public transport. Passenger capsules are equipped with climate control and move in special sealed chambers that are not affected by outside conditions.

ZHA’s collaboration with Hyperloop Italia renews the thirty-year experience of the architectural work. The firm built the MAXXI Museum in Rome, the Olympic Aquatics Center in London, the Hungerburg Nordpark Railway in Austria, Daxing International Airport in Beijing, Sheikh Zayed Bridge in Abu Dhabi, and other iconic structures.

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