— December 5, 2017 at 4:00 am

The 3D by Valeria D’Annibale




Valeria D’Annibale, hi-tech designer but without giving up the personal touch ♦ ︎
From Rome (Italy) to Sidney (Australia) to design and produce bijoux with 3D printer technology. Valeria D’Annibale studied Jewelery and Object Design at the Enmore Design Center and goldsmith’s art in Italy: the synthesis of her work is the computer creation of earrings, rings, necklaces, bracelets and then translate them into objects using nylon powder through a special printer. But there is also also a phase two, because the objects are then finished by hand. In short, an activity between technology and craftsmanship, so much so that Valeria D’Annibale was invited to participate in the Make Fair, an event dedicated to the world of new digital artisans that takes place in Rome. She, who explained she has a passion for jewelry since she was a child, created her jewelery brand in 2015. Her is a very personal way, a bridge between hi-tech and tradition: in addition to 3D printing, in fact, it also uses silver and steel, before concluding the processing of the pieces adding textures and finishes to make each piece something different. Cosimo Muzzano




Anello Vertigo, indossato
Anello Vertigo, indossato

Anelli della collezione Vertigo
Anelli della collezione Vertigo
Anello della collezione Vertigo
Anello della collezione Vertigo
Bracciale della collezione Vertigo
Bracciale della collezione Vertigo
Bijoux della collezione Rainforest
Bijoux della collezione Rainforest
Orecchini della collezione Rainforest
Orecchini della collezione Rainforest
Valeria D'Annibale al Make Fair (da Instagram)
Valeria D’Annibale al Make Fair (da Instagram)

Pendente della collezione Vertigo Mini
Pendente della collezione Vertigo Mini







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