CHANEL FINE JEWELLERY

CHANEL presents “Signature de CHANEL”,
its first High Jewellery collection entirely dedicated to the quilted pattern.
“Elegance is line,”
Mademoiselle Chanel loved to say when giving greater fluidity and freedom to her silhouettes.
The geometry of the forty-eight new pieces designed by the CHANEL Fine Jewellery Creative Studio
are a variation on the quilted pattern and pay tribute to that inspiration.
Graphic and refined,
they express the purity of line and the perfection in simplicity that characterise the style of CHANEL creation.

 

CHANEL推出「Signature de CHANEL」,
呈獻首個完全以菱格紋圖騰為靈感的頂級珠寶系列。
「線條即是優雅」,
Chanel女士在設計中時常注入豐富的流動感與自由流暢的輪廓。
CHANEL高級珠寶創意工作室打造 48 款運用幾何線條的全新作品,
演繹多款菱格紋設計,向其靈感起源致敬。
精緻的圖騰,展現線條的純粹與完美,
襯托出CHANEL的簡約風格。

PARABOLIC CABINET SILVERINING FUNCTIONAL ART

Silverlining defines new boundaries in furniture as highly collectible functional art. The creation of the Parabolic Cabinet is a ground-breaking piece that pushes the possibilities of craft and propels the future of fine furniture into an art form.Parabolic is a particularly tactile cabinet that kindles human curiosity, drawing the viewer in with its intriguing sculptural shape, then revealing a wood texture that gradually evolves from rough to smooth.

Using a combination of advanced composites and natural triangulation through design, the cabinet is sized 130 x 50 x 92cm and has a wall thickness of just 12mm – the minimum required to achieve structural integrity. Crafted from oxidised cedar with folded Damascus steel hinges and catch with a laminated composite core, Parabolic demonstrates that it’s the thought, design and making – rather than the material itself – that makes a piece of furniture special.

Creating unique bespoke designs is a collaborative process, in which designer, material scientist, stimage001ructural engineer and craftsmen all work together. Silverlining’s research and innovation department work with leading material, structural and finish scientists to evolve and transform what is possible. States Silverlining Founder, Mark Boddington, “There is always an element of art, but we are making a functional object which is meant to be experienced.”

The commissioning process is a personal journey from vision to production through luxury. For both client and craftsmen, collaborating on a piece of bespoke furniture is a creative journey guaranteed to expand the horizons. Just as no two pieces are alike, no two journeys are identical either – it is an art form driven by people and ideas, not rules and formulas.

The Winston Royal

By Komono features a stainless steel back

The Winston Royal

By Komono features a stainless steel back

The Winston Royal

By Komono features a stainless steel back