Kalikon is the new line of jewels by Maison 203 -specialized in 3D printing- designed by Giulio Iacchetti and presented for the first time at Maison et Object Paris.

Kalikon is made with the 3D printing production process, it synchronously generates all the elements of the object without the need for final assembly: from here the idea of a chain of elements – made of hollow rings – that are created already linked by spherical joints, to generate an extremely flexible structure whose sole fixed point lies in the mechanics of the jewel. The thin slit on the external circumference of each ring becomes the track on which the joint that connects the various elements slides: a real pivot that allows each element to turn, run up and overturn. The collection is made of sintered nylon, it comprises two necklaces, a long necklace, two earrigs and a ring, and is available in powder pink, powder blue, sage green, jungle green, night blue and black. Each necklace has a hook to regulate the length: it fastens to the holes of two adjacent rings and, in the case of the necklace it becomes an additional mobile element, capable of changing the shape based on the point where it is hooked.

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