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    Sculptural jewelry creations by Tapylon.

    Stuttgart is known as a city with a particularly high density of architects. We would like to introduce you to a very special architect - one who can also make jewelry: Anne Sievers is an architect but also a trained goldsmith and has developed extraordinary pieces of jewelry. Yes, developed and not designed, because there is a sophisticated system behind her jewelry. The basis is a Y-shaped, flexible element made of polyethylene. When several of these elements are connected together, figures are created - flat or three-dimensional, geometric or organic. This creates delicate yet very expressive necklaces, unusual headgear or brooches. What was developed as jewelry and accessories can also be conceived as a filigree spatial sculpture - which brings us back to the topic of architecture. In any case, we hope you have fun experimenting!

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