While photos of Zaha Hadid’s body of work may look like futuristic renderings of a sci-fi graphic novel, the Iraqi-born architect’s prolific portfolio is scattered across our very own planet. Stark, curvilinear buildings stand in grandeur among their surroundings — a style that became the 2004 Pritzker Prize winner’s calling card.

From contemporary art centers, oncology centers and large-scale residential properties, to industrial and interior design, the late Hadid’s distinctive and formidable work will continue to be recognized for generations.