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The Wearable Architecture of Karen Konzuk

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We recently caught up with designer Karen Konzuk, founder of Konzuk Jewelry, to talk about the process and inspiration behind her architectural concrete and stainless steel creations.

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  The KME175 earrings are lightweight despite being partly made of concrete.  Courtesy of: Konzuk

    The KME175 earrings are lightweight despite being partly made of concrete.

    Courtesy of: Konzuk

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  The KMP212 pendant necklacepays homage to Donald Judd's sculptures.  Courtesy of: Konzuk

    The KMP212 pendant necklacepays homage to Donald Judd's sculptures.

    Courtesy of: Konzuk

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  The KME192 earring set is a playful modernist's take on the traditional hoop earring.  Courtesy of: Konzuk

    The KME192 earring set is a playful modernist's take on the traditional hoop earring.

    Courtesy of: Konzuk

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  Another sculptural design is the KME188earring set.  Courtesy of: Konzuk

    Another sculptural design is the KME188earring set.

    Courtesy of: Konzuk

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  The KMR158 ring. Konzuk also carries tension set diamond rings.  Courtesy of: Konzuk

    The KMR158 ring. Konzuk also carries tension set diamond rings.

    Courtesy of: Konzuk

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  One of Konzuk's iconic designs, the classic KMP191.  Courtesy of: Konzuk

    One of Konzuk's iconic designs, the classic KMP191.

    Courtesy of: Konzuk

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  A resemblance to archstones in miniature, the KM121 bracelet.  Courtesy of: Konzuk

    A resemblance to archstones in miniature, the KM121 bracelet.

    Courtesy of: Konzuk

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