GMMK , Foto: Elisabeth MAYR-KEBER , Gert M. MAYR-KEBER ZT-GmbH. schmuckhaus 1985-1986

Starting-point for the realization of a three-dimensionally-conceived architectural concept in alienated form were drawings and texts from recent years, finger-exercises for an at least intellectual realization of subjective ideas; the legible representation of such ideas as recorded thought was, and still is, important to me.

This object is constructed from precious metals, from silver, gold, chrome-nickel steel, copper, semi-precious stone and enamelled metal.

Realized as small spatial object, sculpture, ornament, or also as visualized house-dream, produced by a jewellery designer, this small object represents the attempt, even on the smallest scale, to produce an autonomous and - in material too - independent creation employing the methods of architecture, which does not claim to serve as a model for something larger.

Overall height: 164 mm

Precious metalwork:

Barbara Schmitz, Jewellery designer/Düsseldorf