Zaha Hadid – The Queen of Dynamic Space
The Iraqi born architect, Zaha Hadid tragically died earlier this year aged 65 in the prime of her career. Educated at the Architectural Association in London she rose to fame, wining all the major awards including the Pritzker Prize in 2004 and the RIBA Gold Medal earlier this year.
Yasmin Shariff is a director of Dennis Sharp Architects and was senior lecturer at the University of Westminster. Yasmin wrote an obituary of
Zaha for the Guardian and has been actively fighting the cause for equal pay and opportunity for women architects. She founded AAXX100, a project
to celebrate a hundred years of women at the Architectural Association.