Its design is defined by its linear but also sculptural character forming a very special ring which does not lack strength or character. Its parallel lines on a flat support reminds of the orthogonal grid of the streets of New York.
This piece is inspired in the traditional Japanese architecture, a main element that is held by a horizontal crossbar that tops and shapes the ring. In its finishes we find a bright area and a matt one that contrasts even more the composition of this jewel.
This piece entails a singularity for those who prefer an inconspicuous but consistent design. Under the top of this ring is an empty space that runs through the piece longitudinally, a detail that for many is hidden, a particularity that for others it is everything.
The key to its success lies in the effect left by these four floating lines that make up the piece. A unique ring that looks like the combination of four rings. Minimalism and simplicity come together to create a ring with a lot of visual appeal.
In this ring we moved to the historical Berlin where two zones were confronted and differentiated, currently separated by an empty space that symbolizes the well-known Berlin wall. A delicate piece topped with two cubes that give character and prominence to this jewel.