Gaudí‘s art and Barcelona‘s charm inspire us to develop surprising collections of contemporary jewellery. Developed by artists who capture the creative force emanating from the city, their creations enable you to carry the essence of one of the most emblematic capitals of the Mediterranean with you forever.
Life can be as sweet as caramel, as pleasing as an undulating line and as beautiful as a jewel. Jewellery designer Martina Pont knows that only too well. And bringing those philosophies together she has created the Caramel collection. One look and you will be hooked.
Described by its designer as “the sinuous forms and texture of caramel transposed into jewellery”. A beautiful definition and one which is also perfectly true. The pieces consist of two linked rings, the first in either matte silver or matte gold metal, and the second hand-crafted in different shades of borosilicate glass (honey, green, black or transparent), with a texture and luminosity reminiscent of caramel.
The range of rings and pendants encapsulate an air of both freshness and elegance. You can make them as fun or simple as you please. Everything depends on what you wear them with and which finish you choose. Discover our creations in our Joid’art stores and online at joidart.com.
Martina Pont is a jewellery designer. She studied Fine Arts at the UB and later trained in jewellery design at the Escola Arts i Oficis in Barcelona, completing her studies with a creative jewellery course at the Alchimia school in Florence. Ms Pont spent three years working for jewellery designer Felix Zuazu and was selected as the winner of the Professional Award in the 2007 International Enjoia’t Contemporary Jewellery Awards. She has participated in numerous exhibitions, both collective and individual.
The work of Gaudí is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for the designers who collaborate with Joid’art. Jewellery designer and gemmologist Carme Fàbregas has analysed the wrought ironwork produced by the great architect to develop the new Forge jewellery collection. Want to know more?
I am air. Light and ethereal, the wind through which birds soar. At the same time, I am water. Free, fresh, energetic. And land. With roots that tie me to the olive groves and to my ancestors’ homes. But, above all, I am light. The dawn awakening in ochre. Organic shadows resting on my skin. A glass prism in its mineral form. The fragile reflection of a ceramic vase. I carry the Mediterranean in every drop of my being. And I like it.
Every celebration is graced by guests and jewellery that form the life and soul of the party. Those that exude charm, that transmit a special energy, that are radiant and catch everyone’s eye because they are unique. The new La Nuit jewellery collection created by occasion wear designer Maria Roch in collaboration with Joid’art is inspired by the party spirit.
The sensation of diving into the water. That freshness that seeps through every cell of our bodies. Appreciate the vastness of a fascinating world in which we are but miniscule guests. Feel the embrace of the water. Discover the multitude of wondrous forms and underwater landscapes. Swim back to the surface and float there. Close your eyes and soak in the incredible beauty. Feel the heat of the sun on your skin. Know that summer has arrived, and with it, the jewellery collection that bears its name.
For centuries, Mediterranean cultures have explored the craft of mosaics. Our Greek, Roman and Mesopotamian ancestors used them to decorate their walls, and the fascination towards creating art from these tiny pieces has prevailed until today, with magnificent examples from artists such as Gaudí, Franz Spohn, Pete Manson and Emma Karp. Today, jewellery designer Berta Riera exhibits her special tribute to this craft in the Moitie Aribau collection.
A full moon and a sky full of stars. Distant planetary orbits trace the outlines of spherical jewels. Tiny lights illuminate the earth. Planetary collections, such as Eclipse and Anais, dazzle in a dance of eternal shadows. A beauty that only shines more brightly as the night draws in.
To stroll through Barcelona is to lose yourself in a sea of contrasts; a contemplation of contemporaneity and design, past and future, dazzling light and deep shadow, vibrant colour and stone grey. It is to feel the Mediterranean. It is to trace the path marked out by Gaudí to discover its soul, which is precisely what jewellery designer Noemi Eggenschwiler has done…
There are secret gardens where life is slower, the air is fresher and the sky looks bluer. They are natural areas where the light gently caresses. And the flowers grow happy. And jewellery designers, like Sara Domènech, tend to their magnolias and create amazing collections of the same name.