The woman who directed the architecture - Zaha Hadid

Called the "Queen of Curves", the woman who directed architecture ...

It was considered a design icon with its unique style, characteristics and new excitement that it brought to the architecture. Zaha Hadid, whose projects are taught in architectural schools, has written her name in gold as a woman who put an end to male hegemony in architecture and abolished conservative rules.

But who was Zaha Hadid and why was he considered such an important architect? Engineers objected and said, "You can't!" How did he create the projects he said?

Synthesis of mathematics and architecture

Undoubtedly, one of the most important reasons for his success and style was the study and synthesis of two arts - mathematics and architecture. Among the works of Zaha Hadid is a project called "Malevich Tectonics".

After graduating in 1977, he began working in an architectural office with young and enthusiastic architect teachers. Zaha, who set up his office under the name Zaha Hadid Architects in 1980, turned the office into an architectural studio, creating a real school environment there. One of the events that changed the life of the architect was winning the club design competition in Hong Kong.

The Vitra Fire Station, built in 1993, was Zaha Hadid's first project to become a reality. The project, which uses raw concrete, has a very interesting design with sharp lines. The Vitra Fire Station was a masterpiece that reflected the effects of the deconstruction movement.

The first female architect to receive the Pritzker Architecture Award

Zaha Hadid emphasized that he was always inspired by nature in all his projects with parametric design. Along the way, he won the sympathy of not only architects but also people from various fields. She was also named one of Forbes Magazine's "100 Most Powerful Women" in 2008. Hadid, whose life was full of such successes, became the first female architect to receive the Pritzker Architecture Award in 2004, which was recognized as the most important award in the field of architecture.

The most famous historical works

Zaha Hadid, who died of a heart attack in 2016, will continue to live with his unique works brought to the world of architecture. Now let's take a look at some of his best-known works:

- Vitra Fire Station

- MAXXI Museum

- BMW Headquarters Building

- Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center

- Tokyo Olympic Stadium

- London Water Sports Center

- Galaxy SOHO

- Phaeno Science Center

- Guangzhou Opera House

- Riverside Museum