Program Type:Lectures & Panels
Zaha Hadid was an incredibly talented woman architect who didn't believe in straight lines .Hadid was widely regarded to be the greatest female architect in the world today. Her highly inventive work was unique and distinctive, and introduced radical new ways to envision spaces. She was the first woman to be awarded architecture's highest award, the Pritzker Award.
Toni McKeen is a frequent lecturer on many topics, including travel, architecture, notable people and genealogy.
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