The architecture offers an unlimited variety of styles, designs and trends. This creative richness exposes to our eyes monumental works over the centuries.
The attractiveness and the cultural wealth of a city are often combined with the beauty and majesty of its buildings. Some cities cling to a past reflecting their magnificence, like Rome or Paris, others are resolutely turned towards a grand future like New York, Bangkok, or Shanghai.
London is one of these cities which remarkably combine the past and modernity. The Shard, a new building erected only a few years ago, overlooks the city as evidence.
Like a piece of broken glass, its splinter points its sky-blue structure towards the sky. I appropriated the very image of modernity by taking this rough form of the piece of glass to create a ring whose body resembles a shell of white-gold scales.
This flight of tips is topped with a blue sapphire whose luster is reflected on a festival of silver facets.