Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid was a visionary architect known for her ground-breaking designs in the field of architecture. Her work is characterized by its fluid, sculptural forms and innovative use of space, breaking away from traditional architectural norms. She designed many iconic buildings such as the Guangzhou Opera House, the London Aquatics Centre and the Heydar Aliyev Center.

Hadid's work redefined architecture and has had a major impact on the field, making her one of the most influential architects of our time. She was the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize and her legacy continues to inspire architects around the world.

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Zaha Hadid
  • Zaha: An Architectural Legacy

    Zaha Hadid was a visionary. When she passed away in 2016 she left behind a body of work that is amongst the most recognisable and influential in the world. Here, her friend and fellow architect Eva Jiřičná reflects on her life and legacy.

  • A Day with Zaha Hadid

    While guiding us through her retrospective exhibition, "Zaha Hadid Has Arrived"‚ the renowned architect recalls her career from its beginning, discussing her education, inspiration and technique. The exhibition, located at The MAK in Vienna, features a new sculpture from Hadid entitled ‚ "Ice Sto...

  • Where Architects Live

    8 architects, 8 houses, 8 stories, 8 paradigms of contemporary living. The diary of an exploration into the houses and private spaces of 8 protagonists of world architecture: Shigeru Ban, Mario Bellini, David Chipperfield, Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas, Zaha Hadid, Marcio Kogan, Daniel Libeskin...

  • The State of Architecture at the Beginning of the 21st Century

    The State of Architecture at the Beginning of the 21st Century documents a historic two-day conference organized in March, 2003 by Bernard Tschumi, who was then Dean of the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture. Some of the greatest minds in architecture assemble to discuss theory, method and ...