Jewellery by Becki Chan
Becki has a background in sculpture and architecture. A desire to design something that is at a much more intimate scale has led her to create wearable sculptures. Five years ago, Becki established her namesake jewellery line, a collection defined by its graphic linear aesthetic and bold style, focusing on innovating with form to create jewellery silhouettes that frame the body in unique ways. Each piece is developed out of Becki’s sculptural work and is defined by a stripped-down vocabulary of form. Becki uses traditional lost wax casting to develop and create a line of statement pieces. Becki's clean and minimalist perspective manifests through the use of primary forms, linear relationships and geometrical composition.
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Becki Chan Design
Becki Chan is a spatial and jewellery designer living and working in Vancouver. Given Becki’s educational background in sculpture and architecture, she is interested in installations at a human scale, that people can interact with. Her work attempts to interpret and respond to cultural, historical and architectural features of a place using a design language that is influenced by minimalist form and the repetitive use of simple elements. Her public installation often aims to engage visitors in a playful and open-ended experience, inviting participants to question the relationship between functional design and art. Visiting design.beckichan.com for other design work.
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