Today marks the second death anniversary of renowned British architect, Zaha Hadid, famously known as the ‘queen of the curve’. Hadid broke barriers in every sphere whether it was her designs, her heritage or her achievements. She was the first woman to ever win the Pritzker Prize for architectural design in 2004 and was also made a Dame by Queen Elizabeth in 2012, along with being the first woman to be given the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) gold medal. She was an Iraqi-British national and used her diverse culture and geographies to create buildings that cut across language, tradition and time. She was a pioneer of architectural geometry and in a way, liberated what it meant to express geometry in design. She passed away in 2016 at the age of 65 and is deeply mourned though her impact will never be forgotten.