Though primarily known for her otherworldly buildings, Pritzker-winning architect Zaha Hadid, who suddenly passed away on March 31 at age 65, also completed a slew of similarly imaginative design objects during her career. There was the rippling water dining table, futuristic Fabergé egg, not to mention vases, a doll house, perfume bottle, and shoe. And completed just a few days before Hadid passed away was the "Mew" table, an ultra fluid piece the decorated Dame created for Italian furniture brand Sawaya + Moroni.
Just unveiled at Milan Design Week 2016, the "Mew" table comes after two other pieces Hadid designed for Sawaya + Moroni, which specializes in collaborations with architects like Hadid, David Adjaye, Daniel Libeskind, Jean Nouvel, and more. Featuring two surfaces that meld into one along a curve, the table offers the same kind of radical, swoopy aesthetic we've come to expect from the late architect. The design will be produced in three colors—red, white, and black.