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Greatest Female Architect Dead at 65
Zaha Hadid was likely the most successful woman architect of all time.
The Bagdad, Iraq-born British citizen died today from heart failure. Only 65, she had already won the Pritzker Prize, two Stirling Prizes, the RIBA Medal– and designed / built buildings all over the world.
Her work was not loved by everyone, but the striking buildings can never go unnoticed.
They are bold, futuristic, with dramatic sinuous or angular lines, and many of them were very beautiful– not to mention engineering masterworks.
Twenty of her Projects speak for themselves, below: