Recently we had the opportunity to work with LA-based architect and designer, Jenny Wu. Jenny is the co-founder of the award-winning experimental architecture firm, Oyler Wu Collaborative, creators of the Stormcloud pavilion for SCI-Arc 40th anniversary event; the Cube, the winning pavilion entry for the Beijing Biennale; and many other projects that challenge perceived limitations of the built environment.
In addition to her work at Oyler Wu Collaborative, Jenny is also the Founder and Design Director of LACE, a line of 3D printed jewelry that fuses technology and modern sensibilities to create bold and futuristic designs.
Jenny became familiar with 3D printing while making architectural models when she was a graduate student at Harvard University. However, it was not until the past five years when she began to experiment with 3D printing for other applications, like product and jewelry design. The design of the pieces, ranging from necklaces to rings, uses complex, interlocking elements to create a statement around the body.
All LACE jewelry comes with customized laser-cut packing designed by M.R.K.T. using our signature SMRT FELT.
Visit LACE to learn more about Jenny’s creations.