The first woman to win the Pritzker Prize, Zaha Hadid left an indelible mark upon the world of architecture. Her curving, neo-futuristic buildings were once considered unbuildable, but are now undeniably important to the communities in which they sit. Hadid is a massive tome covering her complete works, from 1979-today, continuing even past her unexpected death in 2016. Sketches, drawings, and photographs provide a view on each building and/or piece of furniture or interior design, and make this a must-read for aspiring architects or anyone else interested in the subject.
9" x 11.4" / 612 Pages
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