Spiritual Matter

Gemfields X Muse;
Michelle Fantaci emerald earrings, Savannah Stranger emerald equator ring, Yossi Harari Lilah curved diamond and emerald pave ring

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Kimbell Art Museum, 1972, Louis I. Kahn;
Constellation, 1983, Isamu Noguchi;
Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini micro floral dress, Michelle Fantaci emerald earrings, Yossi Harari Lilah curved diamond and emerald pave ring, Holly Dyment emerald evil eye ring, Savannah Stranger emerald and tahitian pearl equator necklace 

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Kimbell Art Museum, 1972, Louis I. Kahn;
Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini micro floral dress, Michelle Fantaci emerald earrings, Savannah Stranger emerald equator ring, Yossi Harari Lilah curved diamond and emerald pave ring, Holly Dyment emerald evil eye ring, Savannah Stranger emerald and tahitian pearl equator necklace, Nikos Koulis emerald pendant necklace, Silvia Furmanovich emerald tennis bracelet

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 2002, Tadao Ando;
Tome sheer turtleneck top, Antonino Valenti tricot pants, Michelle Fantaci ruby and diamond ring, Nikos Koulis rose gold and ruby ring

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The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 2002, Tadao Ando;
Tome sheer turtleneck top, Antonino Valenti tricot pants, Michelle Fantaci ruby and diamond ring, Nikos Koulis rose gold and ruby ring, Nikos Koulis ruby pendant necklace, Yossi Harari Lilah bar necklace

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Louis Kahn invented a new modernist architecture, one which is both timeless and of its time. He dealt with matter in spiritual terms, masses become weightless, materials dissolve into immateriality, rays of light reveal the realm of shadows. A unity of structure, space and light form a higher abstract order grounded with the weight and essence of an ancient monument. A harmonious intuition led me to behold the architectural treasures in Fort Worth, Texas, first to Louis Kahn’s Kimbell Art Museum then to the Tadao Ando designed Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth a stone’s throw away. On the subject of materials, both Kahn and Ando’s masterful use of concrete and stone bring me to my reason for being in Texas, to celebrate my ever growing adoration for Gemfields ethically mined emeralds and rubies. In collaboration with Muse Showroom the vibrant Gemfields stones have been interpreted by an artful array of emerging jewelry designers. An ensemble of elements come together to heighten and memorialize experience, stones with innate character are dynamic and ever-changing in the natural light. Here and forever, “Design is not making beauty, beauty emerges from selection, affinities, integration, love.” — Louis Kahn

 

Discover Gemfields X Muse ethically mined exuberant emeralds & rubies through the distinct eye of emerging designers, available in Dallas, at Stanley Korshak.

Kimbell Art Museum, 1972, Louis I. Kahn;
Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini micro floral dress, Michelle Fantaci emerald earrings,  Savannah Stranger emerald equator ring, Yossi Harari Lilah curved diamond and emerald pave ring, Holly Dyment emerald evil eye ring, Savannah Stranger emerald and tahitian pearl equator necklace, Nikos Koulis emerald pendant necklace, Silvia Furmanovich emerald tennis bracelet, Robert Clergerie mules

 

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 2002, Tadao Ando;
Tome sheer turtleneck top, Antonino Valenti tricot pants, Michelle Fantaci ruby and diamond ring, Nikos Koulis rose gold and ruby ring, Nikos Koulis ruby pendant necklace, Yossi Harari Lilah bar necklace

 

Hair by Cosma De Marinis, Makeup by Samantha Dametta, Photographs by Tylor Hóu

 

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