• In LIGHT BEAM, Marc Monzó offers us a representation of a light beam through the stylization of the baguette cut. The diamond constitutes the unit around which structures are created, almost graphic expressions, which experiment with reflections, lights and shadows. This collection brings together two of the most distinctive features of Monzó’s work: his interest in classical typologies of jewelry and his pursuit of the essential, rejecting superfluous elements.

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Light/Beam

In LIGHT BEAM, Marc Monzó offers us a representation of a light beam through the stylization of the baguette cut. The diamond constitutes the unit around which structures are created, almost graphic expressions, which experiment with reflections, lights and shadows. This collection brings together two of the most distinctive features of Monzó’s work: his interest in classical typologies of jewelry and his pursuit of the essential, rejecting superfluous elements.