It’s in London, in the famous art school Central Saint Martins, which has seen many famous designers, where the house of Chaumet gave a task to the jewelry students. The aim: Challenge them to imagine the diadem of tomorrow.( Interview )And the big winner of this challenge: Scott Armstrong. This young English student was inspired by a book on French gardens. ( Interview )The reward : to see his diadem made real and to even follow its creation in the Chaumet ateliers, in Place Vendôme, Paris. A unique creation, a symbol of the 21st century, highlighted for the first time at the Chaumet exhibition in Beijing and a magical way to reclaim the past in order to invent the future.Interviews :Jean-Marc Mansvelt :The winner is … Scott Armstrong !Scott Armstrong :This sort of imagery of the floor plans and this macro scale taking the nature on this macro scale I found absolutely fascinating, there is symmetry running through it, you have these lines which are regular and predictable and then all of a sudden it throws you off and you get these little bits of details, when you look at it with your eye, it runs along with it and then all of a sudden it gets taken off in a different direction and I think that’s absolutely beautiful. I always hoped that I would be lucky enough to work for one of the big French houses, one of the big Parisian houses. Music free of rights / Bandit & Nikit / 2017
The jewelry student from the Central Saint Martins school in London challenged by the Chaumet house.
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