Marianna Guernieri
January 25, 2018
Design Fashion

If you are reading this, chances are high that you might need one of these jewels. Ewa Dulcet and Martyna Świerczyńska designed a jewelry collection in cooperation with a physiotherapist.

Designed to heal and prevent the carpal tunnel syndrome, the jewels work by pressuring specific points of the hands’ palms. Their particular shape gives a massage to the congested hand muscles, focusing on the wrist-joint – today’s most exposed body part, due to computer/mouse usage. By tranfering objects from medical to lifestyle, their attractiveness rises, enhancing usage by patients.

The collection’s effectiveness has been proven by tests made at the Orthopedic Hospital in Poznan, Poland. The two young designers are graduates from the School of Form (Poznan) and have exhibited their graduation project at the Global Grad Show in Dubai.

Collection: MIKO+ jewels
Designers: Ewa Dulcet, Martyna Świerczyńska
Design school: School of Form (Poznan)
Year: 2017