The late Zaha Hadid was known as the “Queen of the Curve” for a good reason; she used a lot of them in her futuristic designs. Her work can be found all over the globe, from the Sheikh Zayed Bridge in Abu Dhabi to the Guangzhou Opera House in China to 520 West 28th Street in our very own New York City. Below, a round-up of our favorites from her many, many amazing projects.
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Morreu a arquiteta Dame Zaha Hadid. Na imagem, uma das suas maiores obras, o Centro Aquático de Londres, construído para os Jogos Olímpicos de 2012. Zaha Hadid morreu aos 65 anos vítima de ataque cardíaco. #jornali #ionline #zahahadid #londonaquaticscentre #AP
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Quite often ppl come up to me asking me why I went into studying architecture. I think this building is a good depiction for why. What seemed to only exist in our imagination and fantasies can actually be realized by designing and understanding how structures and materials work. Imagination don’t have to stay as imagination. Dream big! We can design something other-worldly for the future of mankind ?? #zahahadid #heydaraliyevcentre #azerbajian #myfavorite #archdaily #parametricdesign
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