// arthitectural / Jewelry
  • To Wear Everyday! Simplicity & Refinement Awareness Of Product Lifespan A Limited Range Of Iconic Products Collaboration & Cross-Pollination Of Disciplines TID is a Stockholm based watch brand founded in 2012 by Ola Eriksson, Petrus Palmér and design studio Form Us With Love’s Jonas Pettersson and John Löfgren. TID is the Swedish word for “time” […]


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  • TSUYA skin is a collection of skincare products whose purpose is to realize shu uemura’s ideal of ‘smooth, soft and transparent’ skin. “We wanted our packaging design to express the product concept, so we adopted a ‘softly rippling surface’” said nendo. Waves on the inside are expressed on the surface of the bottle, reflecting the […]


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Proud to announce my collaboration with the street artist Omega CBU in a project which combines jewelry and illustration. Jewelry design and concept: Angela Ciobanu Illustration: Omega CBU Ring: silver, black diamond, engraving


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Princes Pier, adjacent to Station Pier in Port Phillip Bay, is one of Melbourne’s most important cultural assets both as an exemplar of a pre-containerised shipping facility and as a place rich in Australia’s wartime, maritime and multicultural history. Built between 1912 and 1915, it was constructed by the Melbourne Harbour Trust as a second railway […]


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