Printed Jewellery
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Andrea Boldi combines a love for gold, precious stones and the old traditions with his curiosity about new technologies. The encounter between handicraft expertise and 3D printing characterizes the creations of Nemesi jewellery. Technology has completely revolutionised production for Nemesis, and has removed all limits from creativity, but it has not changed the work of the craftsman. Extreme care, precision and passion are essential to creating jewellery of the highest quality, appreciated all over the world.
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  Inspirations.  
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Structured Reflection
Watch UX
Gaetano Pesce: Abstraction is boring
Chromatic seating
Jeff Zimmerman
Home Patterns
Organic Public
Michael Schoner
Design for Disaster
Books of Memory: Gianpaolo Pagni
Memphis Posters
A Flat Named Desire
A Summer For The Modernists
Joe Colombo: Total Furnishing Unit
Pillars
Inspiration
Carlo Scarpa: Sketch and Work
The Bauhaus Revolution
E=C=L=I=P=S=E
Sislej Xhafa
Future Architecture
Superstudio, Superproduction, Superconsumption
Heartbeat, Heartseat
This City
ЯРОСЛАВ МИСОНЖНИКОВ: ODNOSVECHNIK
L’ITALIA CI GUARDIA
20th Century Italian Tables
Tea Time
The future of traveling - Projects
Jewelry Design Art
BASILE ARTECO "Monoblocco" design Donata Paruccini
BASILE ARTECO
BASILE ARTECO "Falce/Scythe" design anonimo
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/D" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/A" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/B" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/C" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "L´Utopia" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "Monoblocco/L" design Donata Paruccini
BASILE ARTECO "Coquetier" design Paolo Ulian
Intuitive Phone
Computer Vision
Colliding Worlds
Luigi Colani
Bracq
Air Luxe
DADAMAINO
Sketching: Bellini, Castiglioni, Colombo, Mari, Magistretti, Munari, Ponti, Sottsass
AG Frozoni: We need to aim at essential things
Andrea Guccini: 4A+1