Heydar Aliyev Center

The Heydar Aliyev Center is a 619,000-square-foot building complex in Baku, Azerbaijan designed by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid and noted for its distinctive architecture and flowing, curved style that eschews sharp angles.

The Heydar Aliyev Center represents a fluid form which emerges by the folding of the landscape’s natural topography and by the wrapping of individual functions of the Center. All functions of the Center, together with entrances, are represented by folds in a single continuous surface. This fluid form gives an opportunity to connect the various cultural spaces whilst at the same time, providing each element of the Center with its own identity and privacy. As it folds inside, the skin erodes away to become an element of the interior landscape of the Center.

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Shout out to the otherkin

Who don’t have the means to “dress up” or look like their kin due to lack of money

Who are afraid people will judge them for dressing as their kin type on a daily basis

Who are unrecognized as an otherkin when they want to be while others merely play pretend of their kind

Who don’t have a lot of information online or even in books about their specific kin

Who want to make friends with other otherkin but don’t know how

Who want to make friends with other otherkin but don’t really have memory of a past life or anything like that to talk about

Who are here to fulfill their duty as a reincarnate but are having a hard time finding what that duty is

Who want to tell close friends/family but are afraid they’ll be laughed at

Who painfully miss their past life home or miss the home they know they’re supposed to be living in but are stuck in an home that isn’t exactly ideal

Who feel lost or too different from the world

Who feel too much due to their otherkin talents/gifts/soul

Who aren’t sure how to harness their gifts/talents yet

Who are conflicted between embracing their otherkin soul or letting it fade to the background

Who aren’t sure if they’re actually otherkin because they don’t seem to “fit the part”

Who have vivid painful memories of a past life that effect them on a daily basis

Who aren’t sure exactly which kin they are

Who belong to a kin that seems too righteous or offending to say aloud to others

Who belong to a kin that seems too dark and dangerous

Who are still accepting they are of a kin they don’t want to be apart of

You guys are all valid and deserve to be recognized. Shout out to you. Shout out to us.