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Completed in 1959, the Guggenheim Museum is a masterwork by the world-renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959). The fame of Wright's design for the museum rests on its unconventional rotunda shape and sloping spiral ramp that curves around the building's interior. This circular conception enables the continuous and unimpeded viewing of artworks, either through movement along the ramp, or by looking across the open rotunda at several bays on different levels simultaneously. Wright's monumental skylight at the top of the rotunda, another defining architectural feature of the museum, allows for the passage of natural light into the exhibit space.

Pico's Guggenheim™ jewelry represents a partnership between Pico and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The designs are inspired by Wright's inspiring space and its impact on New York and the world. 

The Little Architecture collection is where Pico translates and inspires. We look at architecture through a jewelry designer’s lens  to create pieces that make a statement. The work is handmade in sterling silver, gold vermeil or  brass, with an emphasis on simple shapes and unique connections. 

If you've browsed around the site a bit, you’re likely very familiar with my love of architecture. In fact, there are a few other things I enjoy in life including (in no particular order) any kind of gummy candy, my kids, the beach, making things and teaching people - girls especially - that design is technical, but fun. If you roll all those things together, you get PicoKid: a line of resin, metal and 3d printed jewelry that is durable (you’ve seen kids, right?), playful, and just a little less serious. Oh - and the best part - things GLOW IN THE DARK! 

The jewelry is made using both traditional casting techniques and modern 3d modeling methods. 

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