Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid is an architect of Iraqi origin, she is born in Baghdad in 1950. Zaha is the daughter of Mohamed Hadid, the liberal, political and economic well-known Iraqi figure. She is designed and constructed many projects and designs around the world and in the Arab region. Zaha designed the Islamic Arts Museum in Doha, Abu Dhabi Bridge, which is constructed at the Gulf Coast between the land of the United Arab Emirates and the island of Abu Dhabi. It is worth mentioning that Zaha Hadid won Pritzker Architecture Prize, and Zaha Hadid is the first woman in the history to win this award in this field that is dominated by men.

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