Just a few weeks ago, the architectural world was hit by the sad news of the death of Zaha Hadid, however her legacy still lives on and her company have recently unveiled their first completed building since her death. (As seen on Dezeen)

16 years after Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) won a competition to design it, the maritime terminal for ferries and cruise liners has been completed in Salerno, Italy.

The London based firm have described the building as being ‘like an oyster’ as the hard concrete shell protects the softer, gently sloping ramps within, sheltering passengers from the intense sun during peak season.

More than 500,000 travellers will be able to pass through Salerno each year as it provides a new terminus for local, regional

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