This piece is called Well-Ribbed because it plays with the aesthetic of the ribs on the vault of the Wells cathedral in England. I am using stainless steel 316 alloy rods, curved at even angles and will cold connect them into a body suit or slim fitting dress pattern.
I am using an intuitive approach when manufacturing Well-Ribbed because the metal sometimes reacts a certain way that could inspire a design change, the concept of encapsulating the ribs of that vault is achieved with repetition of the round rods and the play of reflection of polished steel. I want to explore this visual around a woman’s body, this challenges the boundaries of a neckpiece by extending it down to the ankles and wraps around the waist and over the shoulders.
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