maison 203

Treviso, Italy


Maison 203 presents the new brooch collection inspired by Venice

Maison 203 presents Fritto Misto, the new series of 3D printed brooches ispired by Venice, that becomes a collection of contemporary souvenir. The Fritto Misto collection designed by studio Zaven is in fact composed by brooches shaped as the typical Carnival masks known as Bautta and Moretta, the Venetian biscuit called buranello, inspired by the Grand Canal curve, the mouse, the squid ring or the red mullet.

Designer: Zaven (Italy)
Manufacturer: Maison 203 (Italy)
Inspired By: Venice
Material: sintered nylon
Colours: blu, black, white


Penrose: patterns and poetry in Maison 203s new collection

Penrose is the new Maison 203’s 3D printed collection of contemporary jewellery designed by Omri Revesz. Inspired by the famous Penrose geometric tiling, consisting of two diamonds of different sizes, the new line of accessories features a vibrant pattern that effortlessly combines mathematics with poetry.

Designer: Omri Revesz (Israel)
Manufacturer: Maison 203 (Italy)
Inspired By: Penrose tiling
Material: sintered nylon
Colours: black, midnight blue, jungle green, blood red, clay, mustard


Maison 203 presents Ivy, the new tropical 3D clutch

Geometric surfaces intertwine and create new star-shaped figures in the second clutch by Odo Fioravanti for the emerging brand of fashion-design 3D printed accessories Maison 203. The result of a geometric research paradoxically leads to a decorative effect: it happens that the overlapping surfaces of the clutch turn into leaves and become the key of a pattern that verges on the hypnotic, that draws circles and hexagonal leafy branches.

Designer: Odo Fioravanti (Italy)
Manufacturer: Maison 203 (Italy)
Inspired By: Tropical flowers and
Material: sintered nylon
Colours: powder blue, soft white, brick red and jungle green
Dimension: 21 cm x16 cm x6 cm


Kalikon, the mechanical jewel by Maison 203

Kalikon by Maison 203, the new line of jewels designed by Giulio Iacchetti, is inspired by the quick wit of the most ordinary and day-to-day objects. The project is based on a simple yet unexpected mechanism that reveals hidden in¬telligence which, through 3D-print, shapes aesthetics and function, geometry and movement, fashion and mechanics. The collection, made of sintered nylon, is available in powder pink, powder blue, sage green, jungle green, night blue and black.

Designer: Giulio Iacchetti (Italy)
Manufacturer: Maison 203 (Italy)
Inspired By: he quick wit of the most ordinary and day-to-day objects
Material: sintered nylon
Colours: powder pink, powder blue, sage green, jungle green, night blue and black


Tribù collection by Maison 203

The name itself, which means “tribe”, clearly conveys what was the inspiration underlying the project: Tribù, the collection designed by Matteo Zorzenoni for Maison 203 is inspired by the typical shapes and graphics of the tribal jewels of the African continent. They reveal decorations of great aesthetic impact, characterised by triangular shaped patterns made possible only thanks to the use of 3-D printing.

Designer: Matteo Zorzenoni (Italy)
Manufacturer: Maison 203 (Italy)
Inspired By: African tribal jewels
Material: sintered nylon
Colours: orange red, red, bordeaux, blu and black


Armure, the 3-D printed clutch by Maison 203

Entirely made by 3-D printing, Armure is the first clutch by Maison 203. It’s inspired by the fruit of cypress tree, that reminds an armour. The clutch synthesizes a crossover between natural patterns and technological geometrics, and looks like a perfect shell, thanks to the fully hidden lock. Armure is designed by Odo Fioravanti - designer and winner of the 2011 Compasso d'Oro and the 2014 German Design Award - who has collaborated with the brand since the very first collections.

Designer: Odo Fioravanti (Italy)
Manufacturer: Maison 203 (Italy)
Inspired By: the fruit of cypress tree
Material: sintered nylon
Colours: black, powder pink, bordeaux and night blue
Dimension: 19 x 14 x 6 cm



MYBF (My Best Friend) is a girls’ best friend. 3d printed accessories collection designed by Orlando Fernandez Flores for Maison 203.
A modern, yet ironic, tribute to impressive medieval jewelry for this eccentric line of jewelry that interprets traditional shapes exaggerating sizes and color.
The traditional diamond ring becomes an elegant giant-size accessory, while necklace and bracelets are very flashy three-dimensional ornaments.
The material used is nylon.

Designer: Orlando Fernandez (Venezuela)
Manufacturer: Maison 203 (Italy)
Inspired By: Big Diamonds
Material: Nylon
Colours: Black
Price: 25 - 98 euros



Treviso, Italy


3-D Modeling, Print, Industrial Design


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Maison 203, founded by the couple of designers Orlando Fernandez Flores and Lucia De Conti is a brand dedicated to the design, production and distribution of contemporary jewellery made with the 3D printing technology. 3D printing is the process of creating three-dimensional objects in a variety of materials starting from a digital file. Maison 203 accessories are produced in Nylon, PLA (a bioplastic derived from corn starch) steel and brass.

Our catalogue displays collections very different from one another, because designed in collaboration with professional designers coming from various cultural backgrounds.

Maison 203 is a young company exemplifying the digital maker era: 3D printing becomes the raw material in the manufacturing of accessories later hand finished and distributed exclusively to a market niche.

Counting over 50 points of sales all over the world, Maison 203 is available at some top class stores such as La Rinascente in Milan; MoMA Store in New York and Japan; Perez Art Museum in Miami; Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and many more.



Maison 203 Srls
Via Cartizze, 5
31049 Treviso

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