Known for her work of Arts, ZAHA HADID died suddenly in Miami in the early hours of this morning.

“She had contracted bronchitis earlier this week and suffered a sudden heart attack while being treated in hospital.

Zaha Hadid was widely regarded to be the greatest female architect in the world today.”

The British culture minister, Ed Vaizey, posted on Twitter, saying he was stunned at the news and praising her “huge contribution to contemporary architecture”.
Architect Graham Morrison said: “She was so distinct that there isn’t anybody like her. She didn’t fit in and I don’t mean that meanly. She was in a world of her own and she was extraordinary.”

Read more tributes below;

ZAHA HADID 1950-2016

— Zaha Hadid (@ZHA_News) March 31, 2016

We honor architect #ZahaHadid who passed away today. The Guggenheim presented a retrospective of her work in 2006.

— Guggenheim Museum (@Guggenheim) March 31, 2016

“People think that the most appropriate building is a rectangle… but the world is not a rectangle.” – #ZahaHadid

— ▾ ClΔris CyΔrron ▾ (@Cyarron) March 31, 2016


RIP Zaha Hadid- visionary architect and designer. Here are some of her contributions to Austria’s architecture scene

— Austria Travel Info (@austriatravel) March 31, 2016

She was truly amazing in her work 😔 RT @ciaraleahy: RIP Zaha Hadid

— Maria Doyle Kennedy (@mariadkennedy) March 31, 2016

My dad and I have been mourning the genius that is/was Zaha Hadid today. I wanted and still want to be an architect more than anything.

— Lauren Nostro (@laurennostro) March 31, 2016

Gutted to hear about Zaha Hadid. A wild, pioneering creative who has been, and remains, an inspiration both as a designer and woman.

— Miette L. Johnson (@MietteLJ) March 31, 2016

So sad to hear about the bold Ronnie Corbett and Zaha Hadid passing. Titans both in their contributions to this world. #ronniesajamboanaw

— Nick Rhys (@NickRhys) March 31, 2016