The modernist forest
Céline's minimalist jewellery bedecks an all-natural display developed exclusively by the French house for Andreas Murkudis.
An exclusive installation of Céline jewellery takes up residence at Andreas Murkudis as part of Gallery Weekend Berlin. A selection of pieces from the spring/summer 2016 collection are displayed atop a grass-skirted table, created especially by Céline for Andreas Murkudis.
Made only from natural elements, including wood, dried grass, and stained glass, the table is a work of art in itself. Minimal pieces of jewellery are suspended from sculptural frames which are stacked, in turn, on top of dark ceramic vessels by Linck.
Hoops dangle from bronze appendages, while deceptively simple gold necklaces float on mask-like mounts for a captivating display evoking a series of modernist forest creatures.
"Hoops dangle from bronze appendages, while deceptively simple gold necklaces float on mask-like mounts for a captivating display."