Zaha Hadid, Iraqi Architect

Zaha Hadid, Iraqi Architect

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Zaha Muhammad Hussain Hadid, an Iraqi-British architect known as Zaha Hadid, was born in Baghdad in 1950. Zaha Hadid was distinguished from the beginning of her life with a clear academic and cultural activity, after her clear distinction, she began teaching in the Architectural Association. This architect started her architectural activity in the offices of Elia Zingles and Reem Colas, and in 1979 she established her own office in London. Zaha Hadid became famous after seeing her projects light, as her designs were out of the ordinary, where she received great fame, and one of these projects was the Cardiff Bay Opera House project in Wales in Britain in 1994, and the climax club project in Hong Kong in 1983.

The Sumerian antiquities in southern Iraq were the first catalyst for choosing a major in architecture in the life of architect Zaha Hadid, as she mentioned in one of her interviews with the Guardian newspaper this topic. Zaha Hadid was influenced by Oscar Niemeyer's talent and work, especially his sense of space. In the field of architecture, Zaha Hadid turned to the style of deconstructive architecture, which is a trend based on the design of irregular and complex lines in engineering and design, as she used iron in most of her designs for its flexibility, durability, and ability to twist and bend to suit her architectural design. Many of the architects saw Zaha Hadid's architectural designs as unenforceable, which are very complex designs in addition to being unrealistic and pure imagination, and Zaha Hadid proved wrong this vision that some architects saw, as she implemented these designs in an accurate and amazing way, including the Guggenheim Museum. Vilnius Arts were awarded the Pritzker Prize in the year 2008.

Zaha Hadid's most important architectural works:

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- The Guangzhou Opera House: It is considered the largest opera house in southern China. It was inaugurated in 2010. It was designed by Zaha Hadid as a Chinese opera house and this project extends over an area of ​​70,000 square meters. The design consists of two main blocks and this design was formed due to the shapes of pebbles that fall on The banks of the river and the fluidity of the design was inspired by Zaha Hadid from the effect of wind and water on the rocks, to appear as if she carved the building.

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- Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art: Zaha Hadid designed this building after winning a competition to design the new building for the Center for Modern Art in Cincinnati, one of the oldest centers interested in visual arts in the United States, this building was the first building in its design based on the style of deconstructive architecture.

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