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Zaha Hadid

A new biography of Philip Johnson reveals the contradictions and ambiguities of the world’s first ‘starchitect’

By Gillian Darley

Known for swathes of standardized modernist high-rises, the South Korean capital is transforming itself into a hub for architectural design

By Priya Khanchandani

Zaha Hadid, SFMOMA, Tate Switch House and London’s Design Museum: the highs and lows of the year in architecture

By Oliver Wainwright

Zaha Hadid Architects distances itself from principle Patrik Schumacher; Glasgow Sculpture Studios to close its exhibition space

Greece makes a renewed attempt to retrieve the Parthenon Marbles while Zaha Hadid gets an impromptu retrospective in Venice

Thomas Demand, the FM Center for Contemporary Art and the changing landscape of Milan's art scene

By Barbara Casavecchia
Zaha Hadid

The British architect has died, aged 65

By James Payne

From the fall of Cecil Rhodes to the return of Pee-wee Herman: what we’ve been reading this week

By Paul Clinton

Elisabeth Murdoch establishes a prize for female artists and Zaha Hadid passes away: the latest news from the art world

The ArcelorMittal Orbit and the recent history of large-scale folly

By Douglas Murphy
Team 4, The Retreat, Pill Creek, Cornwall, UK, 1963

Architectural Association, London, UK

By Douglas Murphy
The Centre Pompidou-Metz (artist's illustration), 2008. Architect: Shigeru Ban.

Unemployment, the London Olympics, new galleries in Metz and Rome, the Shanghai World Expo and contrasting spa designs

By Douglas Murphy and Oliver Elser