Style | 31 Jan 2017
JEWELLERY ALLIED TO ARCHITECTURE
Jewellery and architecture. These are TelmaDA’s roots, Telma Ferreira’s Portuguese brand that allies “contemporaneous design to jewellery with an approach of architectural concepts”. TelmaDA’s pieces are made by hand and are unique, or of limited editions.
It is jewellery that searchs for a different and innovative concept. TelmaDA does that using unusual materials from construction, such as high pressure laminate – used in walls and floors -, as well as using architectural inspiration, in its volumes and asymmetries. The brand wants to associate “portability and usability” to the search of “aesthetical solutions”.
TelmaDA’s exclusive pieces “want to reflect the contemporary woman, versatile and city-like, that wishes and wants to be different”. And there are already three contemporaneous jewellery collections: In Collection, Fusion Collection and Module Collection. TelmaDA has yet another collection, the Trical Collection, of furniture and equipment.
This brand got its first distinction in 2014, when it won the Portuguese Original Projects competition, of Serralves Foundation, with In Collection.
Photos: Courtesy of TelmaDA