Zaha Hadid was a revolutionary architect. For many years, despite gaining critical acclaim, she hardly built anything. Some went so far as to say that her bold futuristic designs couldn't be built.
During the last stage of her life, her daring visions came true, bringing a new and unique architectural language to the cities.
She was the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize for Architecture and the RIBA Gold Medal, but above all she was recognized as the creator of new forms and the great architect of the first decade of this century.
Texts in Spanish.