Architect Zaha Hadid’s $382 million elegantly be-winged London Aquatics Center made a splash as one of the 2012 London Games’ iconic visuals, but could it make a living in the real world long after the Olympic flame flickered out? It appears so, and minus the “wings,” which housed seating no longer necessary in its reincarnation as London’s High Performance Diving Centre, covered by Gary Anderson, a reporter at UK-based Olympics publication InsidetheGames.biz.  The site will reopen in 2014, aiming to inspire a next generation of elite divers as it serves the public as an everyday swimming venue.