The late Zaha Hadid, who died last year on the age of 65, reshaped architecture for the fashionable period.
Hadid was recognized for her neofuturistic type, with buildings that includes sharp angles and wild kinds. In 2004, she turned the primary lady and the primary Muslim to win a Pritzker Prize, thought-about the Nobel Prize of architecture.
The Iraqi-British architect designed iconic buildings around the globe, together with the London Olympic Aquatic Heart, the Hong Kong Polytechnic College, and the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Heart in Azerbaijan.
Over 30 her designs, together with a Beijing office tower with the "world's tallest atrium," are nonetheless underneath building. The agency that she began, Zaha Hadid Architects, is continuous her posthumous career and can ship practically 50 extra constructions — greater than she designed in her lifetime. One of many agency's most formidable tasks might be redesigning Estonia's capital by 2030, a undertaking it received earlier this month.
A brand new images e-book, "Zaha Hadid Architects: Redefining Architecture & Design," chronicles how Hadid revolutionized constructing design.
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