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What Zaha Hadid’s Paintings Reveal about Her Legacy | Architect Magazine

An exhibition at London’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery highlights how the architect’s early work informed her vision. By Joseph Giovannini Zaha Hadid died last year as a triumphant succession of her buildings finished or neared completion, most of them deeply imprinted...
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Reflections on the amazing Zaha Hadid and her Miami connection

Zaha Hadid, the foremost woman architect in the world, died Thursday in Miami, her adopted second home. 1000 Museum Tower downtown will be a fitting monument to her career. BY ALASTAIR GORDON for The Miami Herald Architect Zaha Hadid, who died Thursday morning in Miami, was a...
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Bridge Pavilion & Third Millennium Bridge: Río Ebro, Zaragoza, España: photo Juan E De Cristofaro

The Lasting Legacy of Zaha Hadid | Architect Magazine

Zaha Hadid leaves behind a rich architectural legacy of built work that pushed formal boundaries to advance the discipline. By Deane Madsen Zaha Hadid, Hon. FAIA, died suddenly this morning at the age of 65. The firm she founded in 1979, Zaha Hadid Architects, released a...
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Zaha Hadid, Groundbreaking Architect, Dies at 65 – NY Times

Ms. Hadid, the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize, was renowned for her theoretical work that left a mark on skylines around the world. By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN Zaha Hadid, the Iraqi-British architect whose curving, elongated structures left a mark on skylines around the world,...
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Why Zaha Hadid’s Gold Medal Matters | Architect Magazine

Joseph Giovannini reports from the medal ceremony about the significance of the award By Joseph Giovannini Mary McCartney/Courtesy RIBA The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has awarded its Gold Medal, the highest honor in its repertory, since 1848. This year, on...
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