Embrace the stark beauty of brutalist-inspired jewellery straight from Belgrade

Embrace the stark beauty of brutalist-inspired jewellery straight from Belgrade

15 May 2020
Image credits: Marija Savić

Modernist architecture is two-fold: austere and functional, yet loaded with cultural meaning. For Belgrade-born Nina Lazic and Nemanja Vuksan, concrete architecture was ubiquitous where they grew up. Wanting to reimagine their cultural identity into a new, contemporary aesthetic vision, they founded the brand MORF.

Launched at the start of 2020, MORF is a made-of-concrete jewellery line based between London and Belgrade. Featuring striking geometric earrings, rings, necklaces, and chokers in different shades of grey, the designs find subtle beauty in the bold shapes of brutalist architecture.

All the pieces are hand-crafted in the MORF studio using a special formula to make the concrete, combined with stainless steel, ready-to-wear.

You can browse the collection here.

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