On 2 December, the exhibition of Greek jewellery designer, Bela Lulodaki arrived at the SecondoMe Gallery in Rome, curated by Marco Valenti.Lulodaki, originally from Greece, graduated in architecture from the Sapienza University of Rome, returning to Athens to open her own studio in 2005. She works as an interior designer for public and private spaces, while continuing to cultivate an authentic passion for jewellery. Her creations are unmistakable: necklaces and bracelets in lacquered, gilt ceramics, based on the serial repetition of an isosceles triangle. The clean-cut geometrical shape has found brand new decorative expression through Bela’s ideas, in a vast range of colours. The range of compositions, which can be repeated infinitely, reveal her architectural training and a highly original sense of creativity.