New York, New York, U.S.A. 1998 Trade Paperback First Edition New 8vo. First edition. Squared-off 8vo. Trade paperback with self-wraps. Illustrated throughout in color. 176 pp.
The first woman to design a major American museum (Cincinnati's Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art) and the first to win the Pritzker Prize-perhaps the top international architectural award-Iraqi-born Zaha Hadid is arguably the world's leading woman architect. This 1998 monograph surveys Hadid's oeuvre of more than 80 built and unbuilt projects over her first 20 years, from her training at London's Architectural Association through her work with Rem Koolhaas at OMA, and the establishment of her own practice. The hundreds of sketches, plans, and models in this beautiful book, including Hadid's striking paintings, illustrate the revolutionary forms and ideas of her dynamic architectural language. New.
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