Thursday, March 31, 2016

From London to Moscow: the architecture of Zaha Hadid. Photo Gallery – RBC

In Miami, 66 has died British architect Zaha Hadid. Hadid has become one of the brightest representatives of deconstructivism in architecture. Hadid began to study architecture in the early 1970s in London – her teachers was the famous architect Rem Koolhaas. For a long time difficult, “antigravity” Hadid’s projects remain on paper. However, soon after the first sold Hadid comes to her recognition projects. In 2004 she was awarded the Pritzker Prize – analogue of the Nobel Prize in the world of architecture. Buildings erected in its projects are in Moscow and Rome, Baku and London, Berlin and Shanghai.


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