ARCHITECT's Hallie Busta and Selin Ashaboglu take a look at the late Zaha Hadid's extensive portfolio of product design, in light of the esteemed architect's death yesterday.

The expansive collection—which includes an accessories line with Georg Jensen that was just unveiled last week— features jewelry, vessels, seating, pairs of 3D-printed shoes, and even a prototype car. Hadid was know for experimenting with progressive fabrication techniques, and worked with a bevy of materials from wood to polyurethane to diamonds.

As the Philadelphia Museum of Art noted alongside an exhibition of her product-design work in 2011 and 2012, Hadid “has advanced the vocabulary of contemporary architecture and design through the exploration of complex fluid geometries and the use of cutting-edge techniques and manufacturing technologies.”

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