|Zaha Hadid, the first woman and the youngest winner of the Pritzker Award in 2004. (CNTV)|
Grand designs for a great city. China wants to embrace the world's most creative ideas and manifest them through great architecture.
Another giant construction is about to be completed in Beijing and its round and organic shape is attracting the interest of onlookers. But few know that the designer for this new landmark is Zaha Hadid, the first woman and the youngest winner of the Pritzker Award in 2004, the architectural equivalent of the Nobel Prize.
Our reporter, Ji Xiaojun visited Ms Hadid in Beijing to find out more about the capital's new landmark.