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Tag Archives: Cement Chemistry

  • Lava Scapes | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from Lava Scapes of Nisyros. The whole of the island Nisyros is made up of volcanic rock varying from famously hard black obsidian to very soft off-white pumice.  Some of the most spectacular features are lava pinnacles, thrust upwards during eruptions and sculpted into fascinating and weird shapes by gases exploding …

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  • Cycladic frames | Moodboard

    This moodboard draws inspiration from colourful cycladic frames of doors and windows. The prevailing colour has always been blue and along with the white-washed houses, this colour combination has become a trademark of Cyclades. The widespread use emanates from the ancient belief that the sky-blue shade of turquoise has the power to keep evil away. …

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  • Cement Chemistry : Concrete geometry

    Cement Chemistry centers on the unique applicability of concrete as malleable resource for jewelry design. The focus is handmade, limited edition jewelry – inspired by raw materiality and geometry – available in bold shapes and colors. Featured photo: Infinity II   The designer and architect Elena Kapompasopoulou inspired by the extensive use of concrete, employs …

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