Italian architect, Tiziana Redavid, was first inspired to create her range of stainless steel jewelry when she visited a friend who manufactured industrial springs. Taking samples, she viewed them with her fresh imagination, and was struck by the similarities to African ornamentation. Using African design for her inspiration, Redavidi created a collection of stainless steel jewelry made with coils produced in industrial processes. She adopted "molla," the Italian word for spring, as her brand name adding a third L as a graphic evocation of the structure of springs.
La Mollla jewelry is made from springs from the Turin factory, and assembled and finished in France.