Mark A-to-Z: Z is for Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid has left an incredible mark on architectural discourse, leaving us with so much to admire, contemplate, and emulate. Zaha Hadid was born in Baghdad in 1950, schooled in England and Beirut and studied architecture at London’s Architectural Association. Her charisma and character brought her work to another level, bringing simple building to the pedestal of architecture, with her as its Queen. We look back at her notable works and feel confident that Mark A-to-Z is now, at last, complete. Thank you for following Mark A-to-Z!

Issam Fares Institute by Zaha Hadid Architects

BEIRUT – The starchitect returns to her roots and reminds us she was not a one-trick pony after all.


Pierres Vives by Zaha Hadid Architects

MONTPELLIER – An archive, library and sports department inhabit Zaha Hadid Architects' design in southern France, which exploits chamfered contours and deep concrete volumes.


Glasgow Riverside Museum

GLASGOW – Like the masts of a tall ship, the façade of the Riverside Museum in Glasgow is topped with sharp peaks and pinnacles.


Galaxy SOHO by Zaha Hadid Architects

BEIJING – Central Beijing parades a mixed-use commercial building that defies straight lines, designed by renowned Zaha Hadid Architects.


Dongdaemun Design Plaza by Zaha Hadid Architects

DONGDAEMUN – Zaha Hadid and long-term collaborator Patrik Schumacher's completed a project in the historically charged Jung District in Seoul, South Korea.

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