zaha hadid: glace jewelry for swarovski zaha hadid: glace jewelry for swarovski
may 20, 2010

zaha hadid: glace jewelry for swarovski

zaha hadid: glace jewelry for swarovski ‘glace’ cuff bracelet

 

 

iraq born architect zaha hadid in collaboration with swarovski has created a 5 piece ‘glace’ collection which include cuff bracelets, a pendant necklace and rings. drawing from the visuals of exotic birds of paradise flowers, her jewelry collection takes on fluid sculptural forms integrated with colored swarovski crystals.

 

‘glace’ necklace

 

‘glace’ cuff bracelet

 

‘glace’ ring

 

‘glace’ ring

  • Why does the heading state, ‘glaze’ and the designers notes state ‘glace’? Isn’t it the French word, ‘glace’ which means, ice?

    These pictures are too digital to really be able to ‘see’ her designs clearly.
    I’m intrigued. I think I’d like a piece from this collection.

    Emm says:
  • yes, it is in fact ‘glace’. it was a typo on our part.

    fiona db says:
  • She should stick to architecture – any trollop can do this stuff in a 3D prog – I’m sure Ms Hadid doesn’t even know or want to know where the “on” switch is.

    Dr. Design says:
  • nothing special in jewelery domain..boring..
    does every designer needs to design everything? jewellery, forks, buldings, furinture, dresses..and then after all will she direct a movie?

    muchacha says:
  • The Collection is actually part of the Atelier Swarovski collection, which focuses on developing cutting edge jewellery in collaboration with fashion designers, jewellery designers and architects. The pieces are produced in exclusive quantities, and sold in stores such as Corso Como, Colette, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges. More details can be found on http://www.atelierswarovski.com

    VY says:
  • I like bangles which are asymmetrical.
    would be nice to have two on the same arm.
    how much are they?

    Isabel says:
  • WE LOVE EVERYTHING ZAHA DOES

    qp says:
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    Baba says:

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