Alex Tsai embraces a minimalistic design aesthetic, carefully curating his creations into a menagerie of pocket-size sculptures.
Alex’s signature style can be described as the “art of simplification”. He strips away the multitude of details, leaving only a silhouette that is figurative enough to comprehend. The overall depiction remains pristine, leaving a margin for viewers’ own interpretation.
The designer’s creative mind gives new life into traditional silversmithing techniques. With a stunning palette of unusual forms and composition, his work is marked with a distinguished visual identity unlike any other. Alex favours the natural hue of different alloys as a celebration of metal’s allure, said principles prompts his exploration of creating dual-coloured designs via a mix of different metals.
Named after King Midas of Greek mythology, this collection bears a glorious, golden exterior worthy of its name.
This collection flaunts a stunning palette produced solely through technical procedures, adopting the natural hue of 18 karat gold and fine silver to create this series of dual-coloured treasures.
From insects’ segmented physique to the layered composition of these rings, Meliton Collection has bees and wasps reimagined in a modernistic narrative. Exquisitely composed with a mix of rigid creases and gentle curves, such abstract portrayal keeps its inspirational roots veiled, leaving only the impression of a powerful statement.
LEGACY OF THE APIARIST COLLECTION
The designer presents his own interpretation of honeybee's anatomy in this collection. This series of work showcases elaborate compositions of already intriguing components, lively illustrating the form of its real-life counterpart.
An intricate balance between figurative forms and geometric elements marks the unique charisma of this collection.
From critters in the woods to giants of the deep, this collection sees species re-interpreted and expressed in an abstracted aesthetic that the designer proudly calls his own. Reduced to the basic silhouettes, these creatures presents a minimalistic allure akin to that of origami.