In tribute to Zaha Hadid, we’re sharing some of her most remarkable work. Her greatness will be remembered in the otherworldly designs found across the globe.

Zaha Hadid, who passed away last week at the age of 65, left behind a legacy in the architecture world. Known for her bold, curvaceous designs, Hadid’s distinctive work forever redefines what we constitute as modern architecture.

She stood as a role model for women in an industry dominated by men, and is remembered as one the most celebrated architects of her time. Hadid’s career was riddled with challenges outshined by her many paramount successes: she was the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize, architecture’s Nobel; and the first to be awarded the RIBA Gold Medal, Britain’s top architectural award.

The Guangzhou Opera House, China (Source, Zaha Hadid Architecture)

Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Centre, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Source, Zaha Hadid Architecture)

A rendering for the Al Wakrah Stadium, Qatar. (Source, Zaha Hadid Architecture)

A rendering for 1000 Museum, Miami (Source, Zaha Hadid Architecture)

Mobile Art Chanel Contemporary Art Container, Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York, currently Paris (Source, Zaha Hadid Architecture)

Vitra Fire Station, Germany (Source, Zaha Hadid Architecture)

530 West 28th Street, New York (Source, Zaha Hadid Architecture)

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