FRANCESCA MELCHIORRE     Architect

Ed anch’io, per non essere antiquata,
mi metterò un gioiello.

(Emily Dickinson)

Supported by the wall, it rises up like a totem pole with its inclined legs set on the floor. It is the guardian of the jewelry, displaying them in ranking order. Its slight structural slant keeps the necklaces apart and nicely in view and like arabesques, the bracelets and rings are placed on wooden cones. The earrings run along a coarse string which hangs over an orange velvet carpet, revealing its beauty in the mirror.

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Typology: Design
Client: Private
Year: 2017
Where: Produced in Turin

Photographer: Marco Tacchini

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