No one can deny the bold and original architectural statement Zaha Hadid has left on the landscape. Sometimes cited as creatively controversial, she wasn’t afraid to push boundaries. Following her premature death earlier this month we wanted to show you a few of our favourites.
We love the organic, sweeping curves of the Heyday Aliyev Center, Baku, Azerbaijan (Photo credit: Hufton+Crow)
Closer to home, the Riverside Gallery in Glasgow makes a sharper impact on the skyline with its zinc-clad roof (Photo credit: Hufton+Crow).
More of her characteristically curvaceous work at The Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London. We love the way this modern extension sits so gently and beautifully with the existing building (Photo credit: Luke Hayes)
Which is your favourite?