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Minimalism in Design

Why are so many of us drawn to minimalist design? Well, minimalism is right for us because by reducing the noise to a minimum, we are able to focus on what's important. We are able to pay attention to detail, and evaluate quality.  In my journey to understanding minimalism I mapped the elements by which we can measure a good minimal design: Balance, space, details, form and function. It is about simplicity along with sophistication. To learn more, continue reading. 

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Minimalism as a way of life

This is a personal entry, about one of the important beliefs by which I lead my life - Minimalism.  Minimalism requires precision. It is about making choices. Spring cleaning is an opportunity to purge our homes form unnecessary clutter. Here is may way of doing so and how I benefit from it. 

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The Concrete Squares Collection

Hi there,        Finally. It's here. A long overdue new concrete jewelry collection. The timing This collection took its time to appear. I created the first pieces of it almost a year ago, and still, I hesitated with the launch, took my time. I tested each piece for durability and comfort by wearing them myself, letting friends and family wear them and report back to me on their experience. Only now, when I am 100% sure each necklace, ring and earring will sustain heavy use and stay as beautiful as on the first time they were worn, I am putting them out into the world for everyone to enjoy. The inspiration If I had to describe the square concrete collection...

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Jewelry Story - The Long Orbit Concrete Necklace

This is a very meaningful necklace for me. I thought I would share with you how this piece came to life. In this photo: the orbit concrete necklace in gold. Photo credit: Baara Guggenheim I designed this minimal necklace when my sister finally got pregnant. She tried to get pregnant for a long time, so it was a big moment. As cliché as it may be, motherhood is very important to me. It changed my life. It transformed me as a person and made me grow and become a better person. It still does. It grounded me and made me a much less selfish person.  The challenges of motherhood make me check my goals in life, my beliefs and my...

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Wabi-Sabi

Hi there, So, what is Wabi-Sabi? And why do I care? Well, here is the what (I will get to the why after): Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. When it comes to aesthetics, it is about the beauty of change, the beauty of the ordinary, of the small details. Thus making us appreciate the fluidity of life itself. Usually, when we think of Wabi-Sabi we visualize something rustic, unfinished or tainted, changed if you will, by time and the elements. Take a look at the wall in this picture for example. Layers and layers of paint that were applied over several decades, which then started to peel off revealing the under...

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