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SEE LACE’S PROCESS FROM START TO FINISH

3D PRINTED INNOVATIVE JEWELRY, BORN AND RAISED IN LOS ANGELES

BY JENNY WULACE

ABOUT LACE

LACE  is the leading 3-D printing luxe jewelry line specializing in 3-D printing stainless steel and precious metal statement pieces. LACE was founded in 2014 by Jenny Wu, a partner in the architecture office, Oyler Wu Collaborative. The LACE by Jenny Wu collection reflects Jenny's architectural aesthetic, marrying line-based geometry with intricate organic movement to create avant-garde designs with high level of digital refinement. The intricately detailed design pieces, extend from Jenny’s architectural work, merging her modern design sensibilities with the latest in 3-D printing technology and material. 

LACE BY JENNY WU

Jenny is a partner at the award winning architecture firm, Oyler Wu Collaborativewhich she founded in 2004 with Dwayne Oyler.  Their work is internationally recognized for its experimentation in design, material research, and fabrication, and was the winner of 2013 Design Vanguard Award from Architectural Record.  What started as a personal project in designing statement pieces for herself blossomed into an acclaimed new jewelry brand that embraces and merges innovation with design. 

Since the launch of LACE in 2014, Jenny and her collection have been widely featured in publications such as Forbes, LA Times, Fast Company, People Magazines, etc.  Her pieces have also garnered much popularities with top celebrities, like Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Alba, Carrie Underwood, and Christina Aguilera.  She was recently named one of 4 design visionaries by Porsche and Dwell Magazine in their "Powered by Design" documentaries, showcasing her pioneering work in 3D printing.  She is a also a member of the design faculty at the Southern California Institute of Architecture.

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WORDS FROM OUR FOUNDER

"As architects, we think about a project's relationship to its context.  In jewelry, I think about our body as the site for our pieces.  One of the first questions I think about when designing a new piece is how to find new and unique ways of addressing that context.  For example, the Mobius ring is one of our most inventive rings, in the way it drapes over the knuckle and allows your entire hand to balance the weight of ring.  It makes a large, statement ring feel effortless."

THE LACE PROCESS (THE MAKING)



The design of every LACE piece starts with a sketch. Each design is meticulously digitally crafted from its edge detailing to its intricate, interlocking assembly. We create modern, beautiful pieces that people actually want to wear-not just what is cool at the moment or what the technology can do. We think about jewelry as “architecture on the body,” and we carefully consider the relationship of each piece to our body and to each other. Most of our rings nest and stack in an unconventional way, and each one of our necklaces has an unique way of dressing our neckline.

Our pieces go through an extensive prototyping process to check its wearability and durability. Over the past 5 years, we have worked hard to collaborate with various 3D printing companies around the world to incorporate the latest 3D printing technology and material in realizing our designs. As 3D printing technology continues to grow and develop, we will be at the forefront of creating ready-to-wear pieces at reasonable prices.

Currently, we produce our pieces in four different 3D printing technologies: Selective Laser Sintering for our nylon pieces, Multi Jet Fusion for some of our nylon necklaces, Binder Jetting Technology for our steel pieces, and Wax Pattern 3D printing for our precious & premium metal pieces.



OYLER WU COLLABORATIVE