Object 150 - Marika Svikis

Object 150 - Marika Svikis

Regular price $165 Unit price  per 

Tax included.

Have a unique object created for you for $150 and support a local maker 

Makers and designers are doing it tough with their usual marketplaces in galleries, shops and markets cancelled and closed during the Covid-19 lockdown.

The ADC team are working passionately to implement opportunities for our designers to recover creatively and financially, and reach out to their audiences. Help us help our makers!

Object 150 is where craft and design lovers pay $150 to have a work created exclusively for you by one of our makers. The work will be an original, unique, handmade object created during Covid-19 by the maker for you.

Our featured makers for November/December are Sophia Emmett and Helen Earl.

Total cost of the work is $150 plus GST and postage, as required. No postage charge for pick up.
ADC is not taking a commission on sales. We are passing 100% onto the maker.
Delivery time is 4 weeks from order placement. We will advise you once the item is ready for shipping by Australia Post, or pickup by appointment from Australian Design Centre.

Past makers include:
Niki McDonald - Tapestry Girl | Melinda Young | Rina Bernabei | Emily Copp | Felix Gill | Hayden Youlley | Herbert & Friends | Katherine Mahoney | Love and West | Marika Svikis | Milly Dent | Nicole Robins | Sylvia Riley | TRADE the MARK | Vanessa Ion | Zara Collins |

Svikis. | is wearable architecture; embracing technology to push the boundaries and reach new possibilities in jewellery design.

3D printed, genderless collections of rings, pendants and earrings feature recurring themes, drawing upon influence from Japanese architecture, sculpture, minimalism and geometry. Beautiful objects in their own right, each svikis. piece is designed with architectural precision, with clean lines and unique textured finishes.

Established in 2017 in Sydney, svikis. was founded by Marika Svikis, a designer and technologist with a background in architecture. Now instead of designing buildings, Marika is using 3D printing and jewellery as a medium to explore her love of clean minimalist edges, surfaces, and corner details.