zaha hadid

She was the first woman to win the "Nobel Prize of architecture."
"Women are both warriors and creators, fighters and powerful yet fragile enough to care for human life."
The last time such an aesthetic revolution occurred was when the first Bauhaus buildings began appearing in the West in the
In reality, especially in America, public places built over the past few decades like the New Museum, LA Live, or Penn Station are mostly unpleasant places that are there to be endured rather than enjoyed.
Seemingly unrelated conditions like bronchitis can trigger sudden heart attack.
“My work is not within the accepted box,” Hadid said in a past interview with HuffPost. “Maybe because I am a woman. Also an Arab."
The Iraqi-born architect was the first woman -- and first Muslim -- to win the prestigious prize.
With the backdrop of Art Basel, Florida International University and the Creative Class Group will host an exclusive forum with international cultural icons about how to keep artists and creators in the heart of our cities, on Thursday, December 3rd from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Miami Beach Urban Studios.
Chicago is tired of being flown over. It is tired of being called the third coast. It is tired of being known for its fierce wind, multiple members of the Daley family, and the Mob. It is tired of being called the Second City.The first Chicago Architecture Biennial -- a success on many counts -- lays all that to rest.