Zaha Hadid She is without a doubt the first architect of the world, her work has won many competitions around the world and she is the only woman who has won the Pritzker Prize in 2004, a prestigious award considered the Nobel Prize for architecture. According to Forbes magazine, Zaha Hadid She is one of the one hundred most powerful women in the world.
The Museum of Mediterranean Nuraghic and Contemporary Art in Cagliari, Italy. Zaha Hadid was the winner of the contest for the realization of this museum. Its organic lines are inspired by coral, occupies an area of 12,000 square meters and is located in the port area of the Sardinian city.
The Bergisel Ski Jump in Innsbruck designed on behalf of the Austrian Ski Federation is a 50 meter high tower dedicated to ski jumping, the tower has sports facilities and public spaces, including a cafeteria with a terrace on the high part of the tower.
Zaha Hadid has designed a light and transparent extension for the Serpentine Gallery Sackler to be used as a cafeteria, restaurant and social space. The architect born in Baghdad, but based in London, deepens her relationship with the big city a little more.
Also large industrial corporations, such as BMW, have commissioned the prestigious architect. Here we see the BMW central building in Leipzig, Germany. Zaha Hadid He graduated in mathematics from the American University of Beirut and later studied architecture in London at the Architectural Association School of Architecture.
Apart from her work as an architect, Zaha Hadid He has also made inroads in the field of industrial design, where he has continued working in organic forms applied to everyday objects. Logically a heavyweight of world architecture has followers and detractors, a large number of young architects are following in their footsteps, which gives an idea of its importance.