Analog interactions: braking objects to make new ones

[gallery]Mey and Boaz Kahn of Studio Kahn love the gesture of braking objects to create new meaning and reveal new functions with their most recent sculptural objects titled Fragile. Made out of white ceramic, Kahn's gorgeous jewelry is actually intended to be broken before it can be worn. "When you first get this enchanting necklace it is a small sculpture that looks like a row of spheres. Only by snapping it in two and pulling out the hidden chain, you turn it into a wearable piece of jewelry." It's a simple analog interaction that provides new meaning to the objects we wear. Continue reading on Studio Kahn. Images from Studio Kahn.