The Wearable Architecture collection is very attractive, inspired by Persian architecture. The interaction would be different while audience exited and feels new concepts in daily use, as there are hidden ideas to discover. The designer had different global concerns in mind, tried to make benefit of architectural masterpieces design for expression. Although difficulties in transforming urban scale objects and loyalty to the main artworks beside industrial production potential are obvious but the proposal is admirable. In a word, the collection is not only jewellery but they are opportunities!
The spiritually inspired jewelry collection, “Tree of Life II,” is the master work followed by 2016 A’ Design Award winner. The masterpieces conceptualized such values as vitality, the circle of life, and enlightenment from the eyes of wisdom. This crowning piece of Tree of Life II is about finding a heightened state of peace and an understanding. The ring band is open to stretch toward the sky, connoting the vigorous movements of life. The brilliant amethysts and pearls symbolize a state of enlightened rest after finally attaining the ultimate knowledge of life through seeking wisdom.
Water World lives the most mysterious and delicate creatures, each of them is a perfect unity of art and nature. The designers created a jewelry collection to express such unique aesthetic structures and beauty under the sea through their designs. And this ring was inspired by Aequorea, a crystal jellyfish.
The three diamonds, each in a different size, act like plants striving for sunlight. This composition was created to achieve an impression of constant growth, as if it were an ever-evolving organism. To perpetuate this intention, the branches never close the circle, an analogy for a relationship between lovers that flourishes in order to endure. The square cut diamonds are the main elements of the jewelry and, along with the white gold polished surface, provide the modern elegance to the ring that appeals to the target audience.
The Infinito ring came from the architectural lines and elements found in big cities. The concrete, the contrast between empty and filled spaces, the brutality and the structures of big metropolises, as well as its flow and continuity, led to the design of this piece. The jewelry consists of two volumes, kept apart and structured by an outer ring, on an unexpected diagonal axe. The multiple layers and the overlapping elements of the piece form a structure with a high contrast between volumes and voids, creating an intriguing complexity.
Water World lives the most mysterious and delicate creatures, each of them is a perfect unity of art and nature. The designers created a jewelry collection to express such unique aesthetic structures and beauty under the sea through their designs. And this necklace was inspired by Sporadipus, a trepang with stripes.