A legend goes. F igure beacon of contemporary architecture, the Anglo-Iraqi Zaha Hadid died Thursday, March 31 in Miami (USA), who suffered a heart attack. Aged 65, she was hospitalized for bronchitis.
The architecture loses one of its global stars and the only woman who won the Pritzker Prize, the equivalent of the price Nobel for architects. Back in pictures on an enameled flamboyant career of some controversy.
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