wearecreative: jewelry city for UNOSTO
wearecreative: jewelry city for UNOSTO wearecreative: jewelry city for UNOSTO
oct 22, 2011

wearecreative: jewelry city for UNOSTO

wide-view of ‘jewelry city’ installation at prague designblok ’11 all images courtesy of wearecreative archive

‘jewelry city’ installation was designed by zbynek krulich of wearecreative for the czech association of jewelers, UNOSTO, for their prague designblok 2011 presentation. the installation reflects the contours of an urban organism, clusters of buildings on the surface with engineered networks of the city underground. jewelry city is composed of six modules organized into various groups. the frame, welded from steel sticks, spheres, and metal parts with each module created as a self-supported space, accommodates several pieces of jewelry or small objects. the installation was created ​​in cooperation with intebo and lit by iguzzini etna.

detail of display surfaces with brooch by lucie houdkova

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  • Great exhibition concept! Love it

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