Hadid was famous for her neofuturistic style, with buildings featuring pointy angles and furious forms. In 2004, she became a initial lady and a initial Muslim to win a Pritzker Prize, deliberate a Nobel Prize of architecture.
The Iraqi-British designer designed iconic buildings around a world, including a London Olympic Aquatic Center, a Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and a Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center in Azerbaijan.
Over 30 her designs, including a Beijing bureau building with a “world’s tallest atrium,” are still under construction. The organisation that she started, Zaha Hadid Architects, is stability her post-mortem career and will broach scarcely 50 some-more structures — more than she designed in her lifetime. One of a firm’s most desirous projects will be redesigning Estonia’s collateral by 2030, a plan it won progressing this month.
A new photography book, “Zaha Hadid Architects: Redefining Architecture Design” from Images Publishing Group chronicles how Hadid revolutionized building design.
Take a demeanour during some of Hadid’s biggest works below: