Thursday, March 31, 2016

The architect Zaha Hadid died at the age of 65, victim of a heart attack – The World

The architect Zaha Hadid died of a heart attack at the age of 65 reported his office on 31 March.

In 2015, she received the prestigious gold medal from the Royal Institute of architects British (RIBA). “Zaha Hadid is a formidable and influential force in the world in terms of architecture,” stressed then Jane Duncan, president of RIBA, calling his work “extremely experimental , rigorous and demanding. ”

The MAXXI in Rome

Among his most notable achievements include the MAXXI, the National Museum of the XXI century in Rome or the Olympic pool in London. She also designed the ski jumping hill of Innsbruck in Austria, the Canton operas in China and Cardiff in Wales, or the third round of global shipping group CMA-CGM in Marseille, France. We find his creations around the world, from Baku to Cincinnati, from Rome to Seoul.

She was supervising the construction of the Olympic Stadium for the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020 but the project was considered too expensive to abandoned.

The project of Zaha Hadid for the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020

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