Zaha Hadid

24/09/2023in Top Architects

Zaha Hadid was born on October 31, 1950 in Baghdad, Iraq, into a first class Iraqi family. Zaha Hadid was a prominent Iraqi-British architect in the Deconstruction style. Most of his works reflect a mixture of construction, geology and surrounding landscapes.

With movement and flow, his works and designs create a new order in space while following neo-Euclidean geometry. Zaha Hadid's architecture can be seen as an attempt to create a bridge between advanced modernism and the digital age.

In 2004, Hadid was the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize. During his career, he implemented about 950 projects in 44 countries. In 2008, Forbes magazine named her as the 69th most powerful woman in the world.