March 31st 2016 saw the untimely departure of Zaha Hadid. Named ‘queen of curves’ for the frequent use of such feature in her works, the British Iraqi architect and designer created an architecture empire around the world with the use of an elegant, sharp and futuristic style. For the past twenty years, Hadid has been one of the most highly valued archistar in the world. She was the first Arab woman to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize (2004) and the Stirling Prize in both 2010 and 2011, and the first woman to be awarded with the RIBA Gold Metal (2015). The Italian Eye takes you on a journey around the world to admire her most stunning creations.