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Photo credit © Mattia Abeni / Copenhagers
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Photo credit © Mattia Abeni / Copenhagers
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Photo credit © Mattia Abeni / Copenhagers
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Zaha Hadid Creates Collection and Booth Design for Georg Jensen at Baselworld

By Caroline Wall

March 28, 2016

Last week at Baselworld, Danish silver brand Georg Jensen debuted an eight-piece jewelry collection and installation designed by the renowned Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid. Crafted from sterling silver, with occasional black rhodium and black diamond accents, the collection of rings and bangles reflects Hadid’s incredible buildings, capturing the curved grooves and organic, sweeping forms characteristic of her work. Pieces include a two-finger ring, designed to mirror her stone-like Wangjiang Soho towers in Beijing, and the “Lamellae” twisted cuff, with two fluid arms encircling the wrist like a three-dimensional “S.” The designer also constructed a steel-banded sculpture to complement the jewelry pieces, wrapping both inside and outside Georg Jensen’s booth at Baselworld to provide a lounge area for guests.

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