GEOMETRIC JEWELRY DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE
Adelina World was founded by Adelina Amlinsky, a designer and jeweler who decided that now is the time for creative jewelry. Adeline has created jewelry that allows women to be more creative, bright, fashionable.To get more news about jewelry design software, you can visit jewelryhunt.net official website.
Adelina World is also innovating, using a new way of working with minimalism. Inspired by the geometric shapes of the urban environment, the principles of architectural design can be traced in stylish double rings with natural stones.
The collection reflects individuality, combines architecture, geometry, which most favorably emphasizes the style of jewelry. The architectural structures in the collection look amazing. The design is bold and expensive, it allows you to create your own style – it is an architectural jewelry.
Adelina Amlinsky believes that creative jewelry is a great way to express yourself and your preferences, making bold statements and showing your character.Architectural jewelry uses natural stones that are most harmoniously combined with architecture: citrine, garnet, green onyx, iolite, blue topaz and moonstone, as a hint of the next cosmic step in the development of the World of Adelina.
An environmentalist woman in Istanbul province turns the materials she collects from nature into jewelry with the principle of "zero waste," blending the love of nature with art.
Having been teaching on ecology and gender equality for 12 years, Gizem Gül Taşçı left her job to “return to herself” when the coronavirus pandemic emerged.Taşçı, who has been designing jewelry and various objects with the materials she collected from nature for a while, wanted to turn her hobby that she combined with the love of nature into an enterprise.
In her workshop, she designs jewelry such as nature-friendly earrings, necklaces, bracelets and brooches using natural materials such as acorns, horse chestnuts, citrus fruits, bark, branches and leaves.Taşçı, who does not use harmful chemicals and animal products in the adhesives and by-products used in its designs, aims to bring a new perspective to the world of jewelry design.
She also shares some of her income with non-governmental organizations working in the field of ecology.