Molly McGrath is a designer based in the Mission district of San Francisco. She is professionally trained as an architect, and after using a laser cutter to make architectural models, she recognized the machine’s unique potential to make jewelry and other designed objects.
A single piece of pleated fabric winds its way around the wrist in a Mobius-like fashion, creating a sculptural statement for all to see. With a bit of stretch, the one-size-fits-all works for everyone.
Greek lighting designer Alexandra Tsoukala creates these bracelets with remnants from her lighting installations, using pleats inspired by Greek sculpture. The result is a fluid piece that catches the light and moves as you wear it—and showcases all of the shades at once.
• Materials: Satin polyester blend fabric • 2 1⁄2"W • Hand wash with cold water • Hand assembled in Greece • Packaged in gift box.
Minimum Design Alexandra Tsoukala began her design studio in 1992 in the center of Athens, Greece out of a desire to explore her design ideas by constructing objects with her own two hands. Producing light sculptures and useful art objects, she is inspired by creating only as much as is necessary- nothing more, nothing less, hence the name of her studio.