Zaha Hadid has achieved star-status after years of lectures and rejected competition entries. Now her architectural gems has grown out of the deconstructivist language she once promoted, and they are popping up everywhere. With the Pritzker Prize she has grown into the role as an imposing first lady of architecture. But is she really satisfied? Leo Gullbring met her at the eve of the inauguration of the extension of Ordrupgaard in Denmark.
By Leo Gullbring