For the occasion of the Parisian launch of the collection of Haute Bijouterie architect Didier Faustino Installs Futuristic HBIV For Hermès Jewellery.
He was invited to realize the staging of the unique jewelry pieces under the specific theme of cosmogony; the branch of science and theory that explores the origin of the universe, stars, and solar system.
Didier Faustino’s collaboration with Hermès and Pierre Hardy saw twelve boxes, suspended within a frame and positioned in a circle and installing a celestial and futuristic ambiance.
Set in a dark space, the pieces are displayed and highlighted within the glass-fronted boxes which communicate the expression of time and introduces a basic representation of the notion of time.
The choice of rough material such as iron and 3D printings, the artist and architect introduces a visual counterpoint to the jewels.
Didier Faustino is a french artist whose work lies on the boundary between art and architecture. He founded his practice in 1995 and his work ranges from installation to experimentation that is defined by their methods to offer new experiences to the individual and collective body.
Pierre Hardy, fashion’s favorite brainiac galloped into perceptions of time, striving to make the intangible tangible, but not in the calendric sense. “The cycles of day, night, years follow one another and are the same, but they’re always different,” he offered.
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