Vibrations collection is made of anodized titanium. Titanium is a very light material, which allows to create very big objects, yet perfectly wearable because of their comfortable lightweight.
With this collection my aim is to highlight the importance of both the point of view and the light on the appearance of objects: thanks to the different inclinations of the thin lamellae that form the surface of the objects, the pieces of this collection change the shade of color depending on the light source position and the point of view of who observes. When they are worn, then, these jewels change their appearance with the movement of the body and take on as many different shades of color as different are the light incidence angles.
Stefania Lucchetta was born and lives in Bassano del Grappa (Vicenza area), Italy.
She holds degrees from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice (1999, BA with honors in Literature and Art History) and Scuola Italiana Design of Padua (2004, Master degree in Industrial Design), besides some modules previously taken at the Venice College of Fine Arts.
Already in 2000 – after acquiring a good knowledge of stampato jewellery, lost-wax casting, engraving and laser cut, and training in goldsmith art within her family business, she started focusing on 3D software and rapid prototyping machines. In 2002, exploring new innovative techniques parallel to her industrial design collections, she launched her limited edition jewels using materials such as: polyamide, bio-compatible resins, stellite and titanium.
Since 2005 she is a member of ADI (Italian Association of Industrial Design).
In 2007 she founded her own studio Stefania Lucchetta srl.
Invited to give lectures at Milan Politecnico, thanks to her research she has deserved wide media coverage both from specialized and lifestyle press. Her works have been featured in magazines like Ottagono, Icon, Wallpaper, Vogue Gioiello, Abitare, Domus, AD, D-La Repubblica delle Donne, Gioia, Flair and Panorama.
In November 2010 her work was ranked by leading magazine Wallpaper among the “Top 20 reasons to be in Italy.
In 2017 three of her rings have been acquired by the Museum of Arts and Design in New York (MAD).”