Zaha Hadid

Architect London / United Kingdom

5773
profile is managed by Archilovers staff
Zaha Hadid 5773
Zaha Hadid
La nuova stazione di Durango London 2012 Aquatics Center Eleftheria Square Eleftheria Square Ampliamento Ordrupgaard Museum Complesso IBA - Hochhaus (Wohnhof) Spiralling Tower MAXXI Phæno Science Centre Pierresvives BETILE - Museo mediterraneo dell’arte nuragica e dell’arte contemporanea Architecture Foundation Building Fife Maggie Centre Primo piano Hotel Puerta América Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Centre CityLife Expocenter Exhibition Halls and Residential Tower Edificio per Szervita Square Capital Hill Residence CMA CGM Tower National Performing Arts Center, Kaohsiung Opus Tower Kartal – Pendik Masterplan Kartal – Pendik Masterplan Kartal – Pendik Masterplan Dune Formation for David Gill Galleries Lilas: installation Serpentine Gallery Guangzhou Opera House Stazione Marittima Salerno Glasgow Riverside Museum of Transport Masterplan penisola di Zorrozaurre Eje Pivotante - Tribunale Civile Nordpark Cable Railway Lilium Tower Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University The Investcorp Building for Oxford University’s Middle East Centre at St Antony’s College Chanel Mobile Art Nuova Stazione Alta Velocità Napoli - Afragola Padiglione Ponte per Expo Saragozza Padiglione Ponte per Expo Saragozza Guggenheim Hermitage Museum Ré Chandelier Tavolo Mesa Divano Moon System Bowl Regium Waterfront D'Leedon Aura Terminus Hoenheim-nord Strasbourg Lotus LIBRARY AND LEARNING CENTER (LLC) at WU Campus Port House Dorobanti Tower Burnhan Pavilion Hadid Mostra personale ''Zaha Hadid'' alla Biennale di Architettura Barbara Cappochin 2009 Dongdaemun Design Plaza Dongdaemun Design Plaza Dongdaemun Design Plaza Stone Towers Cairo Expo City JS Bach Chamber Music Hall Monsoon Restaurant Jesolo Magica Residenze Hadid King Abdullah II House of Culture & Art Evelyn Grace Academy Grand Theatre Roca London Gallery The City of Chartres Twirl Bergisel Ski Jump Aqua at Dover Street Market The Arum Shell The Galaxy SOHO New National Stadium Japan BEKO complex Belgrade Liquid Glacial Table Collins Park Garage The Neil Barrett shop in shop The Neil Barrett shop in shop The Neil Barrett shop in shop Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2000 King Abdullah Financial District Metro Station Prima MMM Corones 520 West 28th Street Serpentine Sackler Gallery Superyacht for Blohm+Voss Heydar Aliyev Center City of Dreams Hotel Tower The Jockey Club Innovation Tower The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs Crest Grace on Coronation Grace on Coronation Mathematics Gallery Science Museum Sleuk Rith Institute Women Fashion Power exhibition Bee’ah Headquarters Beijing New Airport Terminal Building Esfera City Center Monterrey Danjiang Bridge New National Stadium Dominion Office Building Torre Generali - Citylife ZAHA HADID, UNIVERSITY OF VIENA Sberbank Technopark Exhibition at the Palazzo Franchetti Urban Heritage Administration Centre Forest Green Rovers, Eco Park Stadium Guangzhou Infinitus Plaza
Zaha Hadid
Zaha Hadid

Follow Zaha Hadid also on

Teams 1 teams

Zaha Hadid (Baghdad, 31/10/1950 – Miami, 31/03/2016) commenced her college studies at the American University in Beirut, in the field of mathematics. She moved to London in 1972 to study architecture at the Architectural Association and upon graduation in 1977, she joined the Office of Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). She also taught at the Architectural Association (AA) with OMA collaborators Rem Koolhaas and Elia Zenghelis. She began her own practice in London in 1980 and won the prestigious competition for the Hong Kong Peak Club, a leisure and recreational center in 1983. Painting and drawing, especially in her early period, are important techniques of investigation for her design work. Ever since her 1983 retrospective exhibition at the AA in London, her architecture has been shown in exhibitions worldwide and many of her works are held in important museum collections. Known as an architect who consistently pushes the boundaries of architecture and urban design, her work experiments with new spatial concepts intensifying existing urban landscapes and encompassing all fields of design, from the urban scale to interiors and furniture. She is well-known for some of her seminal built works, such at the Vitra Fire Station (1993), Weil am Rhein, Germany, the Mind Zone at the Millennium Dome (1999) Greenwich, UK, a ski jump (2002) in Innsbruck, Austria and the Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art (2003) in Cincinnati, Ohio. Parallel with her private practice, Hadid has continued to be involved in academics, holding chairs and guest professorships at Harvard University, Yale University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Columbia University, the University of Visual Arts in Hamburg and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.