Astonishing and visionary – Zaha Hadid’s various projects have delighted people the world over. Here we remember the architect through some of her most inspired work.
April 1st, 2016
Brazen, highly experimental, impactful and inspirational, Zaha Hadid regularly ventured where few would dare. Indesign remembers Zaha Hadid, who has died suddenly at age 65, an iconic architect and leader, whose influence is spread across disciplines and across all walks of life – within the very art of architecture, for women, and in evolving future cities all over the world.
Guangzhou Opera House
Heydar Aliyev Centre
The Dongdaemun Design Plaza
Riverside Museum of Transport
Messner Mountain Museum
MAXXI Italian National Museum of 21st Century Arts
Al Wakrah Stadium for 2022 FIFA World Cup
Z Chair for Sawaya & Moroni
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