C. Hood

"A tendency towards order and symmetrical combinations, designs of ever more advantageous and orderly patterns. Evolutionary cooperation. Anti-entropy."

Buckminster Fuller

Coined in 1941 by an Italian mathematician to characterize equations that combine quantum mechanics and special relativity, syntropy describes a propensity towards order, organization, energy concentration, and life.  Symmetry, mathematical precision, and intentional combinations of materials - whether natural or human-made - govern the design and fabrication of Syntropic Jewelry. Wearable objects are created with a careful eye for unity of form and function, responsiveness to the body, and anti-entropic structure. Order out of chaos.