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KIORO’design

Design, Fashion | September 3, 2013 |

Whale Tail pendant by KIORO’

KIORO’design

KIORO’design is a two-person team of Italian aerospace engineer and aerospace designer, Giovanna Varchetta and Ciro Esposito, now exploring 3D models in a completely different manner. Their passion about the design and 3D printing has pushed them in a new challenge to the realization of imagined forms, in all their complexity and beauty. A new way to creativity has appeared for designers and artists since 3D printing has become a reliable and accurate process, with the addition of numerous printable materials, such as Stainless Steel, Titanium, and 3D printed wax for the lost wax casting process to produce objects in Silver, Gold, Brass etc.

Tails 2 ring by KIORO’

Giovanna has a strong passion for jewelry design. Ciro has the expertise to turn any sketch into a 3D model, even those very complicated. Therefore their abilities are complementary and this gives way to a perfect collaboration in which creations take shape step by step by different iterations.

Lace ring by KIORO’

The KIORO’design style is essential, with particular attention to details. There are many references to nature, to the marine world and the environment that surrounds us, with the addition of geometrical elements. So two fish tails, revolving along a helix path, shape a ring, such as the “tails 2” ring. Without limits of traditional manufacturing processes, their creative thinking has completely changed. They can now focus on development of designs with free imagination and few material constraints.

Spiga collection by KIORO’

On their website they also offer a design service, which let everyone, also without 3d modeling skills, to submit a personal project sending a simple sketch and description. KIORO’design team transform the sketch into a 3D model and suggest the best material to 3D print it. Not only jewelry, but they also design interior products and accessories for hi-tech devices, taking inspiration from aerospace field, their first love.

Their mantra is: “Imagination, free from constraints of matter, is ready to take shape!

more. www.kiorodesign.com | info@kiorodesign.com

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