Zaha Hadid

The angels of architecture were born in Baghdad, Iraq, on October 31, 1950. Princess Zaha Hadid, who was a citizen of both countries, studied at the American School of Architecture at the Architectural School of Architecture in London in 1972. Her former professor, Kulas, described her as a planet in her orbit. Sengles described her as the greatest student he had ever taught. The kids called her 89 degree discovery. It was never 90 degrees. She is an amazing sight. It was argued that all buildings have a slight slope. She knew nothing about the little things. Her mind was wide-ranging — she knew we could fix it later in the evening. She was right. The fourth year project was a drawing of a hotel in the shape of a bridge.
After graduating in 1977, she worked with former professors Coolhaus and Sengelis in the Metropolitan Architecture Office in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In 1980, Saha Hadid Architects opened his own architectural firm in London.
From 1991 to 2016, Vitra Fire Station completed a number of important works, some of which were completed.

BMW Administration Building, Sheik Zayed Bridge, Guangzhou Opera House
London Olympics Aquatics Center.
Zaha Hadid had a lawsuit against two world-renowned magazines, one of which was against a magazine that wrote that workers on their work site were not responsible for the accident, which she won and contributed to those compensation sums.
The second was a major lawsuit filed by Al Wakrah Stadium in Doha against a female (private organ) vagina designed for the World Cup in Doha.

In March 2016, Hamad, who was being treated for bronchitis, died of a heart attack at a Miami hospital.
A statement from London-based design studio said: “Saha Hadid is widely regarded as one of the world’s greatest female sculptors. She was buried next to her father and brother in Brookwood Brookwood Cemetery in Sorrey, England.

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