Discover the incredible life of Zaha Hadid, a mathematician, artist and architect. By the age of seven, young Zaha was designing her own clothes and bedroom furniture. Fast forward 40 years, and Zaha has changed the face of architecture by designing buildings that defy gravity and harnessing the power of computer engineering.
When Zaha Hadid was a young girl, she grew up in Baghdad, Iraq surrounded by music. She was a curious and confident child, who designed her own modernist bedroom at just nine years old. As a young woman studying at University in Beirut, she was described as the most outstanding pupil the teacher had ever met. With her spectacular vision and belief in the power of architecture, she founded her own firm and designed some of the most outstanding buildings in the world - including the London 2012 Olympic Aquatic Centre.
Little People, Big Dreams: Zaha Hadid is perfect for encouraging young scientists to pursue their dreams. Featuring innovative illustrations and extra facts at the back, this empowering series celebrates the important life stories of wonderful people of the world.
Book size: 203 x 10 x 248mm
Written by: Maria Isabel Sánchez VegaraIllustrated by: Asun AmarFormat: HardcoverISBN 9781786037442