Text Federica Frosini
From Tehran to New York to study gemology. Previous studies in mathematics and an innate passion for architecture and minerals. A perfect departure point ensuring Mania Zamani would fulfill her childhood dream: to create jewelry. This vision, linked to her cultural background, materializes in one-of-a-kind jewels where mathematical, geometrical and architectural concepts converge, reflecting a fluidity of lines, angles and squares. "I have always believed that jewels are made to be worn in everyday life, as was the case in ancient times and how it will certainly be the case in the future." An Islamic-Iranian decorative element is inevitable, unobtrusive but always present and reworked according to the hexagonal and triangular shapes typical of Persian design.