Zaha Hadid - Little People, Big Dreams

Part of the critically acclaimed Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Zaha Hadid tells the inspiring true story of the visionary Iraqi-British architect.
-{{ Math.floor(lowestprice.prices.user.percent) }}%
-{{ Math.floor(selectedVariant.prices.user.percent) }}%
From {{ lowestprice.prices.user.price_tax_display }} {{ lowestprice.prices.user.price_strike_tax_display }} {{ lowestprice.prices.user.label }}
{{ price.price_tax_display }} {{ price.label }}
Public price {{ lowestprice.prices.suggested.price_tax_display }} {{ lowestprice.prices.suggested.price_strike_tax_display }}
excl. taxes
{{ selectedVariant.prices.user.price_tax_display }} {{ selectedVariant.prices.user.price_strike_tax_display }} {{ selectedVariant.prices.user.label }}
{{ price.price_tax_display }} {{ price.label }}
Public price {{ selectedVariant.prices.suggested.price_tax_display }} {{ selectedVariant.prices.suggested.price_strike_tax_display }}
excl. taxes
Out of stock
Last available items
Sold by Librairie de la Fondation Louis Vuitton


By the age of seven, young Zaha Hadid was designing her own clothes and bedroom furniture. Fast forward 40 years and Zaha has changed the face of architecture, designing buildings that defy gravity, harnessing the power of computer engineering. This inspiring book features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the architect's life.

Description & Features


Ages 6 +.
Colour illustrations.


Written by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Spanish author of children's books living in Barcelona. She specialises in publishing biographical albums about famous men and women..
Illustrated by Asun Amar.
Frances Lincoln Children's Books
247 mm x 203 mm x 12 mm
Publication year
Number of pages

You may also like