The week of July 14, 2015 was a black week for the famous Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid. Indeed, it was during the week that the world's media learned, amazed, the decision of the Japanese Prime Minister to stop all the ongoing construction work of Tokyo's new Olympic Stadium. In his decision, Abe only followed the majority opinion of the megalopolis: It was too expensive and above all too expensive (and ugly) in a neighborhood where buildings cannot exceed 20 m high. If the Tokyotes are delighted with this decision, it is nevertheless a big surprise, because within 5 years of the opening of the 2020 Olympics, everything is to be seen in Tokyo.