Bruno da Rocha’s permanent exhibition in Madrid
The Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport accepted ‘The Waking Spider’ piece by Bruno da Rocha, to be part of the permanent exhibition in the National Museum of Decorative Arts in Madrid. On his Facebook page, the jeweller states that it’s “a dream come true”.
Bruno da Rocha pioneered the launch of a brand under his own name in Portugal and has always stood out for his distinguishable creative signature. Anyone around the world can recognise his work. The brand is not only reflected in the bold design, but also in the ergonomics of the shapes. Those shapes represent and serve for female sensuality.
Bruno da Rocha oscillates between two great inspirations: nature and architecture. On one side, luxurious nature is represented by insects (such as The Walking Spider), plants, flowers and other organic elements. On the other side, the minimalist lines and geometric shapes inspired by iconic architecture in Oporto, such as the Casa da Música and the Ponte D. Luís (Dom Luís I Bridge).
2 March 2020
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