A very sad day for the world of architecture yesterday. R.I.P Dame Zaha Hadid who pushed the boundaries of what’s possible in design and architecture in an overly male dominated profession.
Zaha Hadid’s designs included the London Aquatic Centre, created for The Olympic Games in 2012. She was the first woman to be awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize.
Spend a few minutes to have a look at her amazing work and the things she and her practice have accomplished under 720.92 HAD in the Library.
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‘From the swooping space-age shopping mall to the Z-shaped school with a running track through it, here are the buildings that Zaha Hadid will be remembered for’