Zaha Hadid

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1950 - 2016


“You can't teach architecture. You can only inspire people”

She died in Miami at only 65 years, Zaha Hadid, a great urban planner, architect and designer of our times and those that has to come. But mostly a woman who has been able to overcome itself who consistently pushed the boundaries of architecture.
The only woman to take a Pritzker Prize in 2004, the most prestigious existing architectural prize equivalent to a Nobel one.

Dubbed the queen of curves, she creates pure forms and disarticulated and decomposed, consist of fragments, deformed volumes, cuts, asymmetries and an absence of traditional aesthetics. Zaha Hadid is the leader and one of the highest representative of deconstructivist current, an architecture "without geometry" euclidean, planes and axes, with the lack of those structures and architectural details, which have always been the basis of architectural rationalism. The deconstruction of the methods are directed to "deconstruct" what is built, and create totally different and futuristic environments.
Hadid liberating architectural geometry with the creation of highly expressive, sweeping fluid forms of multiple perspective points and fragmented geometry  that evoke the chaos and flux of modern life, she has becoming a  pioneer of parametricism, and an icon of neo-futurism, with a formidable personality, 
Among her many creations in the various sector we include the MAXXI Museum in Rome, Bridge Pavillon, Maggie's Centre, Contemporary Arts Center, London Aquatics Centre, Vilnius Guggenheim Hermitage Museum, National Olympic Stadium, Citylife in Milano.

Qatar 2022 World Cup Stadium                                                                              


 Changsha Meixihu International Culture and Art Center


Pavillion Pont Saragosse                                                                                                    


Guangzhou Opera House


Soho China Galaxy

Centre Culturel Heydar Aliyev

 Liquid Glacial Table


The NOVA Shoes