In Memoriam: Zaha Hadid’s Unknown, Unbuilt and Celebrated Projects in New York City

04 April of 2016 by

Yesterday’s news of Zaha Hadid’s sudden passing at age 65 rocked the architecture world. The famed starchitect was born in Baghdad in 1950, and went on to study mathematics at the American University of Beirut and architecture at the Architectural Association in London. By 1979, she established her own practice in London, using her interests in architecture, landscape, and geology to…
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