The firm, whose main focus is design/build to the highest standards, goes beyond architecture — inside the practice lies a pool of talent including architects, interior and landscape designers, construction crew, metal fabricators, carpenters, furniture and cabinet-makers, and now jewelry designers.
The new jewelry collection was initially inspired when Principal Ron Radziner could not find jewelry for himself that was neither too flamboyant nor too conservative. Master craftsman in their metal shop individually make each piece using strips of bronze, which are transformed into bracelets and rings. Perforated holes add just a bit of decoration.
The pieces are designed to evolve as the individual wears each piece. Over time, bronze gets a patina, or aged look and no two patinas will ever be the same. Over time, the patina of the darker finishes will lighten and the natural finish will darken.
Buy it in the Marmol Radziner shop.