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Hadid, Zaha

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Personal name headingHadid, Zaha
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Variant(s)Hadid, Zaha M.
حديد، زها
See alsoTeacher: Koolhaas, Rem
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Teacher: Zenghelis, Elia, 1937-
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Other standard no.500011138
Biography/History noteZaha Hadid (1950-2016) was an Iraqi-British architect and the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize (2004) and Britain's Royal Gold Medal (2016).
Associated countryIraq
Great Britain
Birth date1950-10-31
Death date2016-03-31
Place of birthBaghdad (Iraq)
Place of deathMiami (Fla.)
Field of activityArchitecture
AffiliationZaha Hadid Architects
Zaha Hadid Limited
Office for Metropolitan Architecture
Bund Deutscher Architekten
Profession or occupationArchitects
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Found inHer Planetary architecture two, 1983: cover (Zaha Hadid)
Her Zaha M. Hadid, 1986: p. 4 (b. 1950 in Baghdad, Iraq; architect)
Planetary architecture, projects 77-81, 1981?: t.p. (Zaha M. Hadid)
New York times online, viewed March 31, 2016 (Zaha Hadid; died in Miami on Thursday [March 31, 2016]; she was 65)
archINFORM, February 4, 2020 (Zaha (M[ohammad]) Hadid; architect; زها حديد‎ = Zahā Ḥadīd; born October 31, 1950 in Baghdad; died March 31, 2016 in Miami; Iraqi and British architect, active in London; relationships: teacher: Rem Koolhaas; worked with: Office for Metropolitan Architecture; teacher: Elia Zenghelis; office: Zaha Hadid Architects; office: Bunker Hill LLP; membership: Bund Deutscher Architekten)
Union list of artist names online, February 4, 2020 (Hadid, Zaha (British architect, 1950-2016, born in Iraq); Born in Iraq, Hadid attended boarding schools in Europe from the age of 16. From 1972 she trained at the Architectural Association in London, with Elia Zenghelis and Rem Koolhaas. In 1994 she won a competition for the Cardiff Bay Opera House in Cardiff, Wales. She began her own practice in 1979, but realized no built works until 1994 with the Vitra Fire Station in Weil am Rhein, Germany. Known for the dynamic, sculptural, and complex forms of her built works, she was the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize (2004). She was also the first woman to win Britain's Royal Gold Medal when she was named the 2016 recipient; colleague of: Salter, Peter; principal in (person to firm): Zaha Hadid Limited; student of: Koolhaas, Rem; student of: Zenghelis, Elia; worked with: Correia, Tiago; worked with: Frei, Matthias; worked with: Office for Metropolitan Architecture)
Wikipedia, February 4, 2020 (Zaha Hadid; Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid DBE RA (Arabic: زها حديد‎ = Zahā Ḥadīd; 31 October 1950 - 31 March 2016) was an Iraqi-British architect; practice: Zaha Hadid Architects)
Zaha Hadid, 2021. LAC CIP.
Equivalent(s)Hadid, Zaha
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