Corollaria is an algorithmic jewelry collection composed of intricate lattice structures in brass and rubber. Inspired by biological systems, Corollaria plays with adaptive patterns that respond to environmental conditions. Multi-scale structures suggest the organization of cells into tissues, and cells change in size and direction as they respond to boundaries.
The collection fuses new technologies and old. Algorithmically generated designs inspired by microscopic cell structures are etched from brass sheets and shaped into 3D forms in a hydraulic press. Bold lace-like collars are lasercut from rubber.
Read about the algorithms and fabrication tech behind it in our blog.