Nostalgia is rhombic, set with black diamonds.Its shape combined with the stones set sideways,was inspired by two people's longing to meet again. Their connection is inimitable and this is described on its base;although they travel to different directions hoping to meet again, they fail to do so. The theme, with the stones looking sideways, shows exactly the pain caused by this longing of return; eventually it transfigures into hope. The juxtaposition emphasizes the true nature of love as it is manifested through time and space.
Regarding the perfect shape of the human body, creating something to enhance this greatness is actually difficult. Hence, returning to the natural forms and applying Biomorphism was my solution to design something as beautiful as the shape of human body. In this specific project, everything was started from the spark of "freezing the time" in my mind, to capture the moments that could not be seen by naked eye. The moment of water splash is one of these cases which is chosen as the main concept to reflect this unique moment in the shape of this ring.
Design inspired by flower Baby's Breath. The Choker has natural imagery and organic shape elements with architectural compositions which portray my emotion for spring. There is red tourmaline on the middle of the necklace and the color of the other stones become lighter to the end. Soldering small part of wire and chain continuously creates flexibility and stability to wear it.
The earring is designed as an earcuff. Unrelated materials such as pearl, feather and silver is used to describe the metamorphic evolution. The beginning was with the pearl, followed by a silver pathway and then transformed into feather which is an unexpected material. The connection of the earcuff to the ear is designed differently. The pearl which is located on the backward fixed the earring to the auricle. Since the earring is pinless, it can also be used by women who have no pinhole. It is designed for one ear use and can be put on by a simple maneuver.
The "Armour" jewellery ring series are based on investigation of aesthetic features of various shield suits existed in the past and their modern perusal. The series are inspired by medieval breastplates, helmets as well as oriental armour pieces, their laced bindings. Construction of functional joints of certain references are transferred to this rings set.
The objective of this design was to integrate the sharp lines of the tetrahedron form to the organic shape of the human finger while still retaining the essence of this geometric shape. This was achieved by creating a complex non-linear geometry that remains simple in appearance. This sharpness was extrapolated by making most complimentary elements of the ring triangular in section, including the green tourmaline at its centre. The result is a visually striking yet ergonomic ring.