The essence of Louise Find’s design is retrieved from Parisian architecture. The young designer who lived in Paris for several years, later drew inspiration from her surroundings and the Haussmannian architecture that characterizes the city of Paris. She points out: “The buildings are architectural pearls and possess such an incredible amount of details throughout their elements. I seek to incorporate some of that history and the feeling they evoke, into my jewellery”
Haussmannian architecture originates from the mid-18s when Napoleon renovated the city, by the hand of Baron Haussmann who is known as the man who created the new Paris! Through his work the buildings were created in a new-classical style that is still typical of Paris today. Haussmann brought symmetry to the city, and the buildings became expressive and mimicked nature, found in details like gates, windows, balconies, decorative stone statues, door-knockers and stucks. The pale sandstone buildings became a symbol of Paris, on which we can see ornamental details on the sides of the balconies and the entrances. All this emblematic details of Paris are found in the beautiful pieces of jewellery by Louise Find creating a mesmerizing timeless universe.