A celebration of the crisscrossing of disciplines, perspectives and experiences of various jewellery and accessory designers.
DisPLAY — Jewellery & Accessories
2nd – 4th December 2016
A Playground of minds showcasing their unique work with a pop-up event and shop. A celebration of the crisscrossing of disciplines, perspectives and experiences of various jewellery and accessory designers.
Holding a MA in Jewellery and Metal (RCA) Oya strives to make jewellery and objects that enter into a dialogue with the wearer. Her imagination of how this interaction is influenced and enriched leads the progress of the objects construction.
Rahel designs delicate sophisticated jewellery pieces. Minimal and classic silhouettes surprise with sophisticated details – timeless jewellery with a love to detail and a modern twist.rahelpfrommer.de
The studio's approach to design focuses on the simplicity and longevity of the product by using materials that work in harmony with the design. Though all the products are minimalist, they always keep their poetic character, maintaining the sense of narrative and expression. saramellone.com/site
Exploring tangible and intangible spaces through the mediums of sculpture, sound and wearable object, Marinas' work initiates conversations between heterogeneous materials, volumes and shapes. Her interest is located not in the isolated, individual entities as such, but in their relationships and interactions. marinastanimirovic.com
Sabine has a profound knowledge of craft and materials whilst using new technologies as a research method and inspiration to design wearable pieces. Originally trained in jewellery design, she also holds an MA in Textiles: Mixed Media, RCA London.
Poster Shot by Tais Sirote, Art Direction by Lorena Garcia Castro