Swarovski's first homeware collection includes centrepiece by Zaha Hadid

Milan 2016: crystal brand Swarovski has launched its debut homeware range with products by designers including Raw EdgesAldo Bakker, and the late Zaha Hadid (+ slideshow).

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Raw Edges has created a set of bowls that have coloured hatching on the interior

Products in the Atelier Swarovski Home range from vases, bookends and candleholders to an architecturally themed chess set, and have been launched to "address a global interest and customer demand for design objects within the home".

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The late Zaha Hadid contributed a crystal and metal centrepiece composed of several conjoined curved columns

Zaha Hadid, who died suddenly last month, has contributed a crystal and metal centrepiece composed of several conjoined curved columns that reference "the process of crystallisation occurring in nature".

The architecture and design community has been paying respects to the architect since her death, and many of Hadid's products are on show during this year's Milan design week.

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Daniel Libeskind's chess set references his studio's buildings

London design studio Raw Edges has created a set of bowls that mark its first collaboration with the brand. The pieces are made using a laser-jet crystal printing technique, and feature coloured hatched patterns on the interior that are warped by the surrounding crystal.

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Pieces are made from concrete, marble, silver and crystal, while the king resembles the architect's Freedom Tower in New York

Frederikson Stallard has designed centrepieces in the form of faceted candleholders, vases and bowls, based on the shapes of raw crystal, and Aldo Bakker has produced vases made with contrasting crystal and marble sections.

Architect Daniel Libeskind's chess sets include pieces that reference his own buildings. Boards are decorated with maps of Milan and New York, and the miniature architectural models are made from concrete, marble, silver and crystal.

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Kim Thomé has created a collection of candleholders called Plinth feature stainless steel bases which support crystal halos

Kim Thomé's Plinth and Donuts candleholders feature stainless steel bases which support crystal halos, and Tomás Alonso has unveiled a set of trays and bowls with brightly coloured facets.

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Thomé also designed a series of palm-sized candleholders, each with a different colour effect, called Donuts

Ron Arad has based his set of letter and number-shaped bookends on a new font created for the collection, while Tord Boontje has contributed lanterns, wine coolers, bowls and a caviar set.

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Aldo Bakker's vases are made with contrasting crystal and marble sections

Each of the pieces features surfaces made of scattered crystals, which apparently reference star formations and space photography.

The entire collection is on show in an exhibition held at Cusani 5 in Milan's Brera district, during the city's design week from 12 April to 17 April 2016, and will be available to buy later in the year. Prices for products will range from €150 (£120) to €20,000 (£15,900).

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Scattered crystals, which apparently reference star formations and space photography, cover the surfaces of Tord Boontje's Lanterns

Other highlights from Milan include Patricia Urquiola's cabinets with stained glass doors for Credenza, and a collection of zigzag-patterned wooden furniture by Raw Edges. Follow Dezeen's #milanogram16 hashtag on Instagram for updates from the event, and check out our guide to 10 unmissable installations and exhibitions during Milan design week 2016.