Alberto Ghirardello is a product designer from Vicenza that currently lives and works in Milano, where he moved to get the Master degree in industrial design at Politecnico di Milano after the Bachelor degree in industrial design at I.U.A.V. of Venice.
Here, after some years of experience in different professional design studios he founded in 2013 his own, working on the full spectrum of design, from product to graphic, from packaging to illustration, working for several companies and institutions, both in Italy and abroad.
His work is covered by several design magazines and exhibited in many events like Salone del Mobile, Euroluce, Fuorisalone, Maison & Objet, Ambiente, Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, Roma Design Più, Abitare il Tempo, Macef, Hong Kong Design Week, and in some museums like MAXXI and Triennale Design Museum.
“Much of my work comes from a careful observation of everyday life.
I like to analyze human behavior to identify small problems to be solved with simple and solutions, that can also be aestethically pleasing. The form - function binomial is now given for granted, we must begin to consider a third value and think in terms of form - function - emotion. Objects, by their nature, are passive instances, but some have a empathic charge that makes them look different: in what I do I like to instill a poetic or exciting element, something that generaties surprise, irony or mere sympathy that makes the product vibrating, even if for just a moment.”
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Dinea Design is an ongoing project that reflects explorations of an architect passionate about technology in the final product of wearable jewelry. With the help of 3D printing technology, one can share intricate design that aims to challenge the scale and organic form. Influences come from pop culture, architecture and geometric fashion design. The brand aims to create 3D printed jewelry at a human pace with the help of technology, every design is tested in terms of wearability, strength, and design before being released to the market.
The distinctive look of the brand is mixing two materials in one jewelry piece – precious metals and plastic which is meant to create contrast, focus on playfulness and adaptivity offering a wide variety of customization to the entire line. With one piece you can switch between casual and elegant, by just adding or removing a piece and most important you can always represent your mood by switching the colors of the plastic to match it.
Sustainability is a strong aspect of the brand and that is why it offers a variety of materials suitable to everyone’s needs, adjusted sizes so we have a size for everyone, print to order ensures that no waste is being generated from the process and producing only as much as you order, also production is made local in your country which ensures faster deliveries and no pointless damage to the environment.
As an architect I am not looking for common, I am always in search of the extraordinary; as an international I try to find the middle ground between my own culture and that of those around me; as a human I find balance very hard to obtain.
The passion I embody is a representation of my constant growth and exploration: everything & everyone is subject to change. I enjoy working with all form of design that facilitates DIY thinking. I am a strong believer in mixing digitization and traditional ways of designing and exploring new design methods and styles every day.
Dominique Renée is a 3d printed jewelry line that sassily explores life, love and loss. “Produced from a playlist of emotions” each collection is brought to life by a carefully curated playlist.
Inspired by everything from heartbreak to loving again, alienation and self-love, Dominique Renée seeks to empower women by creating pieces that are real and relatable.
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Hanusa Design creates wearable art inspired by mathematics. Using the latest in modern technology, each piece is designed using the computational software Wolfram Mathematica and then 3D printed just for you. The precision of mathematics leads to clean, geometric forms that are one of a kind.
Hanusa Design is based in New York City and is the brain child of Christopher Hanusa, a Professor of Mathematics at the City University of New York. The jewelry that he creates is based on his mathematical interests and research. At Hanusa Design we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and our passion for the beauty of mathematics.
Igor Gimenez Vanoli was born and raised surrounded by art and beauty in Florence, Italy. He spent his adolescence in Buenos Aires looking for his roots and found his passion like a jeweller with his mentor, the artist Jorge Pablo Pallarols.
Back in Italy, gets Arts and Jewerly Maker degree.Following his own path, continue increasing his knowledge, exploring the arts of metals, painting, decoration and computer design.
His time working like a designer and CNC engineer programmer of fashion accessories for luxury brands in Italy, led him to expand his professional horizons, blending traditional jewellery and 3d print in the landscape of Mallorca island, Spain.
By playing with mixing artisanal handwork with modern technology driven design techniques, the collection brings interesting new textures to layer with your favorite outfits. The bold and unapologetic collection is unmistakably modern, but the handcrafted details keeps the aesthetic refined and sophisticated.
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Tiny Right Brain Designs is a jewelry brand by Betty Chang, a designer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its modern, stylish, and unique designs are inspired by geometry and mathematics, as well as shapes that appear in everyday life.
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