Throughout her years of being an architect, Zaha Hadid had won multiple awards enough to crown her the title of the most famous female architect in the world. She was the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture prize in 2004.
In 2015, became the first and only woman to be awarded the Royal Gold Medal from the Royal Institute of British Architects after she was made a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II herself.
Zaha Hadid was renowned for her elegantly complex designs. From the earlier days, Hadid had a vision that heavily influenced the architecture trends today – unique, fluid and most of all, alive.
Many were devastated when Hadid died in 2016, but we continue to celebrate her life through her work. Among some of the most notable projects on her resume, is her very own Miami beach home where she resided in before her sudden death. This 2-bedroom unit flourished with Hadid’s signature style is now available for rent at $37,000 a month.
The private residence situated in W South Beach at Miami Beach, Florida measures 1,905 square feet and overlooks the entire Atlantic Ocean. Zaha Hadid outfitted the apartment with a simple palette and minimal furnishings while her design signature peeks beneath the surface.
The threshold that separates the lounge and the dining area, for example, is carved into a curve from floor to ceiling, and highlighted with a metallic finish. According to the Guardian, Hadid expressed that she liberated architectural geometry, giving it a whole new expressive identity for her own home.
This was also the apartment where Hadid spent most of her time in her later years, supposedly completing one of her last few projects including One Thousand Museum, the tallest luxury Condominium building in Florida that is currently still under construction.
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