Zaha HadidThe life and work of Pritzker Prize-winning British architect Zaha Hadid
Zaha Hadid is one of Britain's foremost architects. She won the Pritzker Prize in 2004 and the Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture in 2007.
Zaha Hadid Building Studies
The building’s segments resemble supersized, tensely interlocked graffiti script, spray-canned in silver, grey and black, says Jay Merrick
The beautifully built Riverside Museum proves hiring Zaha Hadid was the right thing for Glasgow, writes Rory Olcayto. Photography by Hufton + Crow
Zaha Hadid comment
Zaha Hadid’s televised Stirling Prize win promotes the commodification of architecture, says Christine Murray
The Prince was sticking up for a general public denied a voice by an architectural closed shop dominated by modernists, says Alireza Sagharchi
Zaha Hadid news
Images of Zaha Hadid Architects and Aecom’s Al Wakrah Stadium in Qatar have been revealled by AJ’s sister magagine Construction News
ZHA takes prestigious appointment despite coming third in RIBA contest
Dolls’ houses designed by star-designers went under the hammer for charity last night (11 November)
Leading Japanese architects have filed a petition against Zaha Hadid’s proposed 2020 Tokyo Olympics stadium, saying it is too big and too costly
Work is nearing completion on Zaha Hadid Architects’ new 15,000m2 Innovation Tower School of Design at Hong Kong Polytechinc University.
US-based Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture has beaten British firms including Zaha Hadid Architects to the prize of designing the flagship venue for Expo 2017
Is Parametricism the defining architectural style of the digital age, or just one of many design movements?
Zaha Hadid has collaborated with Hamburg-based shipbuilders Blohm+Voss to design a new super-yacht