By  on February 9, 2009

“I don’t consider myself from anywhere. I’m a man of the world,” says jewelry designer Tom Binns, who hails from Belfast, Northern Ireland, and has found a home in a somewhat different climate in Venice, Calif. “But I enjoy living in Venice. It’s cool, dude.”

Occupying an 1,800-square-foot loft on a nondescript stretch of Pacific Avenue in the fabled Los Angeles beach town, Binns’ studio is a minimalist space punctuated by his own bright crystal and metal creations, spread out on artist tables and stacked in boxes against the walls. In the back room, the creative nucleus that he calls “my spot,” Binns designs his newest pieces and often trots up a narrow staircase leading to a loft where he keeps more than 500 archival pieces, which he revisits for inspiration.

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