The idea for this jewellery line is based on the Penrose tiling. This is a family of so-called aperiodic glazed tile samples which can parquet a level completely without a basic scheme being supposed to be repeated periodically. Roger Penrose and Robert Amman discovered them in 1973.
The most frequent example: two rues with the same page lengths but different corner angles. All angles are a multiple of 36°. The glazed tiles must be joined together according to certain rules, otherwise it comes either to a periodical tessellation or to a gap formation.