NAFI uses metaphorical cutouts from Islamic patterns on old mosques, palaces and/or monuments, and applies them frameless, into sharp silhouettes, creating a juxtaposition between the calm spiritual aspect of Islamic designs, and the powerful character of the modern human.
Islamic patterns are believed to have been created as tools for transformation, and for the purification of the mind and soul. This poses as a mirror to the base of NAFI, which metaphorically detaches Islamic design cutouts from Islamic architecture, and attaches them to new creations, generating a transformation. A transformation from architecture to jewelry. From past to present. From mildly forgotten, to vividly remembered.