The Clean Lines of Plateaux Jewellery

While browsing Instagram, looking to get my daily dose of architectural designs, grids, curves and minimalism, I ended up on Plateaux Jewellery account.  The brand’s profile immediately caught my eye. Have a...
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While browsing Instagram, looking to get my daily dose of architectural designs, grids, curves and minimalism, I ended up on Plateaux Jewellery account.  The brand’s profile immediately caught my eye. Have a look and rest your eyes on the clean lines of minimalist jewellery.

 

It was in August 2013 that Jeanette Asmussen founded her jewellery line. Inspired by Mies Van Der Rohe’s grid, Zaha Hadid’s curves and Bjarke Ingles’s work with BIG, the danish designer’s main focus is quality. Her favorite buildings which include the Operahousee in Copenhagenand and the Gemini residence translate into her work.

 

BIG architects: The Koutalaki Ski Village

BIG architects: The Koutalaki Ski Village

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The Copenhagen Opera House

The Copenhagen Opera House

Textures, lines, materials: the collection is elegant and edgy, inspired by Scandinavian design.The brand’s collection and price aims to be accessible to the everyday woman: from the bussiness woman, to the

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“All the products are made out of sterling silver and quality is my main focus “ – Founder and designer Jeanette Asmussen told Mood Board Magazine.

Tallinn City Hall BIG

Tallinn City Hall BIG

To learn more about Plateaux Jewellery check out their Instagram account and click here to shop the collection.

Sarah Barlondo is the Founder and Editor in Chief at Mood Board Magazine. An entrepreneur and devoted activist, she studied Architecture at Parsons, School of Design and Journalism+Politics at The New School in New York. She founded Access New in New York, the first student coalition for students with disabilities. Sarah Barlondo is now based in London where she studied at the Architectural Association, School of Architecture and is now completing her Architecture degree at Central Saint Martins.