|||||||Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Centre in Baku (image: Helene Binet)|it is the first architectural project to win the annual award (image: Helene Binet)|White tiles and contrasting glazing emphasise the swooping form (image: Hufton + Crow Photographers)|The building includes a conference hall, gallery and museum (image: Hufton + Crow Photographers)|”A clear vision of a singular genius…” (image: Hufton + Crow Photographers)|The centre is name after Azerbaijan’s former president (image: Hufton + Crow Photographers)||
01 Jul 2014

Zaha Hadid wins Design Museum’s top annual award

Words by Jenny Brewer

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