Zaha Hadid (Biografi)

Born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1950, Zaha Hadid was the first woman to win a Pritzker Architecture Prize. Her work experiments with new spatial concepts and encompasses all fields of design, ranging from urban spaces to products and furniture.

Born:

October 31, 1950 in Baghdad, Iraq

Education:

  • 1977: AA Diploma, Architectural Association School of Architecture in London
  • Mathematics at American University of Beirut in Lebanon

Important Projects:

Proposed Projects:

Zaha Hadid has many other projects in various stages of development. They include:

Other Works:

Zaha Hadid is also known for her exhibition designs, stage sets, furniture, paintings, and drawings.

Partnerships:

  • Zaha Hadid worked at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture with her former teachers, Rem Koolhaas and Elia Zenghelis
  • In 1980, Zaha Hadid opened her own practice, Zaha Hadid Architects

Major Awards:

  • 1982: Gold Medal Architectural Design, British Architecture for 59 Eaton Place, London
  • 2000: Honourable Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters
  • 2002: Commander of the British Empire
  • 2004: Pritzker Architecture Prize

About Zaha Hadid:

From parking garages and ski-jumps to vast urban landscapes, Zaha Hadid’s works have been called bold, unconventional, and theatrical. Zaha Hadid studied and worked under Rem Koolhaas, and like Koolhaas, she often brings a deconstructivistapproach to her designs.Zaha Hadid was the first woman to win a Pritzker Architecture Prize. Learn more: Citation from the Pritzker Prize Jury.

 

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  1. So his “deep affection” led him to make an obnoxious demand that in no way affected his ability to live with whoever he wanted to live with? You see, there is the nub of why people like Grenell are offensive to social conservatives. It’s the fact that they wish to find ways of holding up banners telegraphing their behavioral preferences and their desire to get royal approvals of government sanction for it. And if social conservatives wish to register their objections to it, that is their perogative and contrary to what John Podhoretz says it is NOT unreasonable of them.

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