The jewel of wine. Young and fruity high quality collection, produced in a traditional way. It has a steely color with delicate green touches. Of herbal aroma, it is light, delicate and soft. It is characterized by its elegance and balance as well as by its cheerful hints.
Less is more Only the geniuses are able to fit the majesty of the nature in a small space. The Barcelona Pavilion represents the essence of the Minimalism in a unique construction.
Olive oil, the liquid gold of Mediterranean diet, turned into a solid homage from jewels inspired in the fruits of millenial trees.
Reproduction of a common modernist paving stone called Barcelona's rose, typical from the Eixample streets
Jewelry inspired by one of the most important buildings of Antoni Gaudi: La Pedrera or Casa Mila. The jewels are based on the shapes of the main door.
The moon brings us to the world of dreams with its light of mysterious and ever changing colors
The mixture of blues from the sky and the sea dye the Mediterranean with colour, culture and character.
Jewelry collection inspired by the pavilions’ domes of The Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner and the world's largest Art Nouveau Site.
Collection inspired by the murals in St. Michael’s Chapel at the Monastery of Pedralbes. Detail of the draperies in the scene of the Annunciation of the Virgin.
Jewelry collection inspired by the catenary arches that Gaudí used in many of his projects.
Jewelry collection inspired by the music and one of the most characteristic elements: the treble clef
Jewelry collection inspired by the hydraulic mosaic that Gaudí created and currently integrated into the pave of Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona. An hexagonal and endless paver that recalls the seabed.
This collection is inspired by pieces of medieval silverware )belonging to the Museu D'Historia de la ciutat de Barcelona) and we see the validity of their original design echoing rhrogh the centuries
In 1859 Ildefonso Cerdà set the foundations of the modern Barcelona when projecting L'EIXAMPLE.150 years later Carla Casado 1st. ESO student wins the 1st. contest YOUNG VISIONS of Comaposada joiers whith a design based in L'EIXAMPLE