Modular Ring Series takes its cues from contemporary sculpture, melding art and design through wearable objects. RIIA designs begin with blocks and grids, and from there explore the possibility of play through asymmetry, repetition, and moments where elements of a piece interact through movement, weight, or points of contact. RIIA pieces engage a meditation on form, the simplicity of the shapes and materials emphasized by careful artisanal construction.
"Gingko I" ring is a research on the beauty of gingko leaves and natural patina that can be achieved with bronze. The base for the ring was carved manually from wax and then being cast in bronze. Four gingko leaves cast in bronze too and they are crowning the top in a sequence which creates a motion feeling. Different shades of blue and green patina finalizing the idea of motion by reminding a viewer about waves of an ocean.
This watch is the fruit of a passionate project that goes beyond making a watch, in a process that is closer to the work of an artist. Every single one of the gemstone petals on the dial is sculpted and polished by hand, each in a precise shape and size. The invisible mounting, specifically elaborated for the design, is underpinned by complex engineering, a real feat of technique and design that epitomizes the values of traditional craftsmanship at the heart of Beauregard.
The dancing pearls among the roaring waves of the sea, it is the outcome of inspiration from the ocean and pearls and it is a 3D model ring. This ring is designed with a combination of gold and colorful pearls with a special structure to implement the movement of the pearls between the roaring waves of the ocean. The pipe diameter has been chosen in a good size which makes the design robust enough to make the model manufacturable.
Independent, responsible, elegant and demanding. These characteristics of contemporary women are reflected in two different postures, one is standing, two feet level, shoulder-width, and the other is a one-knee lift. Holding and stepping on the precious stone respectively imply the value of self-cognition and the social value of undertaking. There are two pairs of gemstones of different sizes in the two positions, which have been cleverly calculated to be highly consistent.
Persian peacock ring inspired by the peacock. In Persian mythology, the peacock is a symbol of paradise, regality, nobility and beauty. Emerald and Sapphire present peacock's feathers in green and blue. Different software packages used for designing and 3D-modelling the ring. Then, it 3D-printed in wax and direct cast in three parts. Finally, gemstones set on the ring by using Micro-setting technique. Top of the head and eyes plated in yellow gold.