Architect Zaha Hadid, the first woman to receive the coveted Pritzker Prize (in 2004), is celebrated in a new book from Rizzoli titled Zaha Hadid: Complete Works. Architect Zaha Hadid was born in 1950 in Baghdad, Iraq and she has become one of the most famous architects in the world. Zaha Hadid’s style is boldly contemporary, organic and innovative. The architect pushes design through new technology and materials and never does ordinary.
The book encompasses Hadid’s architectural designs as well as furniture, interiors, sculptures and objects such as bowls and jewelry. Included are her most recent commissions, such as the Guggenheim-Hermitage Museum in Lithuania and the Aquatics Centre for the 2012 London Olympics, as well as her most renowned works, including as the Vitra Fire Station in Germany and the Lois and Richard Lowenthal Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati. For those of you who want to study Zaha Hadid work you can get the book from Amazon –> Zaha Hadid: Complete Works