Riemondrian is a jewelry collection that reimagines the concept of Riemann sums through the lens of Mondrian’s style of work. Each piece is laser cut and hand assembled from lucite in our Manhattan atelier. Please note that lucite can be fragile and should be handled with care.
The Riemondrian Jewelry Collection is a collaboration between designers Christopher Hanusa and Uyen Nguyen.
Bernhard Riemann (German, 1826–1866) is considered to be one of the greatest mathematicians of all time, contributing to the fields of number theory, analysis, and differential geometry. Perhaps his most widely known technique is that of Riemann sums, a method of approximating the area under a curve using rectangles.
Piet Mondrian (Dutch, 1872–1944) was a cofounder the De Stijl art movement, which promoted abstraction by limiting works to the essentials of form and color. Mondrian is well known for his paintings limited to three primary colors (red, yellow, blue), three primary values (black, white, gray), and two primary directions (horizontal, vertical).