Fredrikson Stallard


Design duo Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallard have been at the forefront of British avant-garde design since they began collaborating in 1995. Their Space Flower jewelry collection for Atelier Swarovski uses the simple contrast of sharp Swarovski crystals and soft metal domes to accentuate the beauty of the crystals and magnify the light they reflect. With a suitably restrained color palette, these pieces work either alone or grouped together in bouquets, and are at once elegantly feminine and strikingly contemporary. Fredrikson Stallard's latest jewelry collection with Atelier Swarovski, Armory, features large, smoky toned crystal suspended within a metal web, at once gladiatorial and fiercely feminine.

"Crystals radiate power, elegance and 21st century femininity"

— Fredrikson Stallard

Their previous design collaborations with Swarovski include the dramatic 'Prologue' – a golden ring over four meters in diameter and inset with over 8,000 crystals to mimic the shimmering sun. Stallard's pieces have been acquired by institutions such as Victoria and Albert Museum, and shown at the Design Museum in London, MOMA and the Museum of Art and Design in New York.

'Glaciarium,' Fredrikson Stallard's first collection for Atelier Swarovski Home presents a series of centerpieces inspired by the naked form of untouched, raw crystal. Each piece is cast in crystal and then faceting is applied to certain sections, combining precision cutting with the material's natural structures and surface.

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