The Complete Zaha Hadid

The Complete Zaha Hadid
Library Shelf Location 10.HADI
Publication Date 2009
Description Zaha Hadid is one of the most important and influential architects in the world. Educated in mathematics in Baghdad and architecture at London’s Architectural Association, Hadid is the first female recipient of the prestigious Pritzker Prize. This is a complete monograph of Zaha Hadid’s early, unbuilt and built works, from her student years to the latest projects under development, and includes her furniture, stage and exhibition designs. The projects – constructed, in planning or under construction – are located around the globe. An introduction by Aaron Betsky, 2008 Director of the Venice Architecture Biennale, examines the architect’s career, both in the context of architectural history and as a manifestation of the current and future state of architecture. • The works are organized in chronological order over Hadid’s 30-year career, revealing her earliest inspirations and powerful resonances between projects. • Prepared in collaboration with Hadid’s office • A dazzling array of imagery, from large-scale paintings to sculpture-like models, from multi-perspective drawings to dynamic computer renderings, together with more conventional forms of architectural documentation, such as photographs, plans and drawings.
ISBN 9780500342503
Quantity 1
Pages 256
Author Aaron Betsky
Format Hardback
Publisher Thames and Hudson Ltd, London
Related Artist Zaha Hadid
Category Architecture (category)
Language English

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