…LACE is a line of 3D printed wearable designs by Jenny Wu, a partner in the architecture office, Oyler Wu Collaborative. The intricately detailed design pieces extend from Jenny’s avant-garde architectural work, merging her modern design sensibilities with the latest in 3-D printing technology and material. The design of the pieces, ranging from necklaces to rings, uses complex, interlocking elements to create a bold statement around the body, whether it is the neck or the finger.
Jenny Wu is the founder and design director of LACE. She is also a partner at the Los Angeles based architecture and design office, Oyler Wu Collaborative, which she started in 2004 with Dwayne Oyler. The office has been published globally and is recognized for its experimentation in design and fabrication. Their work straddles between two scales — small scale, experimental installations and large scale iconic building projects in Asia and US. The office has won numerous design awards, including the 2013 Design Vanguard Award from Architectural Record, 2013 Emerging Talent Award from AIA California Council, 2012 Presidential Honor Award for Emerging Practice from AIA LA, Taiwan’s ADA Award for Emerging Architect, and 2011 Emerging Voices Award from the Architectural League in New York. They published the book, Pendulum Plane, in 2009, and are working on their latest publication, Trilogy, which will be out in the Fall of 2014. Jenny is currently a member of the design faculty at Sci-Arc (Southern California Institue of Architecture)….
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