Design News Mag

Design News Mag

Design News Mag featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Cypris

The unpredictable nature of the sea - with its motions, forms, and reflections - inspired the creation of the ring. The contrast between finishes allows light and reflections two diferent ways to behave: the polished surface mirrors and distorts the surrounding environment while the satin finish acts more tenuously by capturing only the luminosity and spreading it smoothly through the piece. The final design presents curves that takes the eye on an endless journey along it’s winding trail, until you come across with a bright white pearl that appears to float gently on the polished surface.

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BERN

Every piece is unique and handmade, equipped with a swiss movement and sapphire glass for protection and perfectness. It is built up from the most exquisite woodtypes and pieces, every one is hand- selected and treated to get a momentum for time. The design is timeless and it is part of the TIMELESS Collection from STADTHOLZ.

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Tehran City Theatre

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!

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Armour

The "Armour" jewellery ring series are based on investigation of aesthetic features of various shield suits existed in the past and their modern perusal. The series are inspired by medieval breastplates, helmets as well as oriental armour pieces, their laced bindings. Construction of functional joints of certain references are transferred to this rings set.

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Tetrahedron

The objective of this design was to integrate the sharp lines of the tetrahedron form to the organic shape of the human finger while still retaining the essence of this geometric shape. This was achieved by creating a complex non-linear geometry that remains simple in appearance. This sharpness was extrapolated by making most complimentary elements of the ring triangular in section, including the green tourmaline at its centre. The result is a visually striking yet ergonomic ring.

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Model 1

The M1 timepiece uses innovative dual-layered discs which are located directly under the back-painted sapphire crystal to display time and date. By positioning the discs directly under the edge-to-edge crystal, the M1 uses the optical properties of sapphire to create the illusion the time is displayed right on the surface of the crystal. In todays world of ubiquitous technology, a watch is worn more for fashion than utility. With that in mind, RVNDSGN paired down the dial to 15 minute increments in a calmer and cleaner representation of time that contrasts hectic schedules.

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