Space Unseen takes you inside the studios and workplaces of jewelry designers. Behind each piece of jewelry there is a huge creative and craftsmanship process that people never get a chance to see. The idea of this blog is to take you on a tour of what inspires designers: where they create, how they work, what’s unique about their space and how they feel about it. It’s all in the details, pretty much like in the jewelry.
This is the jewel of the crown. Whenever I’m traveling I get to visit the designer studio, talk with the creative mind behind the designs, meet the team and photograph the whole space and jewelry. All the photos under this feature are shot by me and are copyrighted to SpaceUnseen.
This happens whenever I don’t have the chance to visit the studio in person but still believe that we should be able to know a designer a little bit better. Sometimes it happens when the designer wasn’t in town when I visited but I still want to show the space. All photos belong to the designer featured, that was kind enough to go through the trouble of sending me all I asked
Well, about me… I’m a jewelry designer and Space Unseen was born out of my own curiosity for other designers work spaces. I know what goes on behind the scenes but it’s a human trait to have a voyeur approach to other people work methods. I always marvel at other designers’ spaces: neat or messy, different objects and inspiration boards, they are all unique in their own way. Each space has its own personality and shows the character of their occupants. It tells the story of how pieces are created and of how much care and attention to detail goes into each piece of jewelry.
This blog is a very old idea of mine that I think has waited long enough. Sometimes we think we’re the only ones who have fun or weird stories with clients, or have serious cases of self doubt or anxiety when facing a new project. The whole idea of this blog is to show you that all designers, big or small, anywhere in the world share a lot of the commons pleasures and pains of having a jewelry business.
I sincerely hope you’ll enjoy SpaceUnseen as much as I have fun visiting the designers studios and getting to know them a little bit better.