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Guggenheim North Bangles by Pico

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Details

Details

At the north end of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City sits a small rotunda - a complement to the iconic rotunda structure that is so recognizable. Originally referred to as the Monitor Building, the stacked architecture now houses the cafe, among other things. Andrea Panico inspired by the layers of geometric shapes and created a set of bangles in aluminum and steel to mirror the weight and graphic impact of this incredible building.

Materials / Sizes

  • Set of five
  • Aluminum, satin; black steel, matte
  • Inner Diameter: 2.5"

Artist

Pico

Andrea Panico's collection "Little Architecture" is inspired by the vocabulary of architecture and the works of such architects as Santiago Calatrava, Luis Barragan, and Tadao Ando. The collection includes licensed adaptations of Frank Lloyd Wright drawings and designs. Structured primarily from silver, Indonesian Teak and gold vermeil, the pieces illustrate an intimate investigation into scale and form. Select pieces feature unique and irregular semi-precious stones, and gold vermeil is used sparingly to highlight form. The collection is produced in Indonesia by a team of skilled artisans. All wood used in the collection is scrap wood from nearby factories.

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