Zaha stands out as one of the main figures of deconstructivism, a style which refuses the linear order of the modern architecture. Her style bases on the use of tense lines and curves, sharp forms and superimposed plans which give to its creations complexity and lightness.
In parallel of her architect’s career , she teaches in the most prestigious international institutions. Zaha Hadid has already dispensed her knowledge to the Association of architecture of London, to the College of design of the University of Harvard, to the School of architecture of Chicago and to the University of the Decorative arts of Vienne.
2008 Pavillon bridge, Saragosse, Espagne
2005 Usine BMW, Leipzig, Allemagne
2003 Ski Jumps in Innsbruck, Autriche
2003 Contemporary Arts Center Richard and Lois Rosenthal Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, Etats-Unis
2001 Tramways terminus in Hoenheim, Strasbourg, France
1999 Dome of Millennium, Greenwich, Londres, Grande-Bretagne
1996 Opera, Cardiff
1993 Fire station, Vitra, Allemagne