Zaha Hadid was born in Baghdad, studied in Beirut and London, and left an unforgettable trail of architectural gems around the world. Hadid, who passed away in Miami on March 31st, had numerous more projects in the works, including the Al Wakrah Stadium in Qatar and a residence beside New York City’s High Line. The first woman to win architecture’s storied Pritzker Prize, she was a fearless force, with designs that range from a mountaintop museum in northern Italy to an ice-inspired railway station in Innsbruck, Austria. Here’s a look back at some of Hadid’s most iconic buildings.