Please enter a long search term
The endless geometries produced by bees are transformed into patterns in the jewelry collection designed by the SAO using parametric processes.
be[e] Italy is a jewelry collection presented by Francesco Schiavello of the Schiavello Architects Office (SAO) during the second edition of the Trieste Mini Maker Fair.
This project addresses the worlds of physics, mathematics and biology to create unique pieces using model that we can find in nature, starting from the study of natural phenomena and using programs which write codes based on parametric processes. This process emulates biological models of construction, so far indecipherable codes, putting digital manufacturing at the service of architecture and design.
The design is inspired to forms and geometries which bees are able to create: endless configurations, characterized by the alternation of solids and voids and by the irregular combination of 110 modules (honeybees parametric) to denounce the widespread bees death.