The Ixi’im Restaurant is situated in an old textile factory in Chocholá, 70 kilometres inland from the Yucatan peninsula’s Gulf Coast.
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Titled “transparent shell”, the installation comprises 30 main bone models and three groups of large curves, which are built by multiple layers of woven transparent film. These undulating layers take on an organic and sinuous form, creating a variety of functional spaces, such as an entrance, wall, ceiling, window, desktop and seating area.
Our strategy is to intervene in San Sebastian’s public space by designing a pavilion that can be constructed as an assembled chrysalis containing the result of the future of the city.
Scoubidou plastic threads were used to replace the old fashioned rattan weave, and a well thought out wrapping method was acquired. Plastic was used for comfort, European Oak handles were used for touch and appearance and metal was used for strength and lightness.
Babila armchair recalls the distinctive features and design of the collection, taking inspiration from the classic and timeless objects. The functionality of the polypropylene shell or the absolute comfort of the upholstered version can be combined with legs in ash wood, steel tube or steel rod sled frame.
A tiny notch in the metal frame is the ingenious ingredient to creating a fastener-free curtain of chains.
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The structure is defined by its metal frame, with a series of 200 unique models seamlessly integrated into the design. The pink color providing a vibrant contrast against the blue Miami sky.
The combination of natural and fresh comes in contrast with the industrial style of the ceiling on which the electrical wiring is visible, the brick walls and large windows with a metal frame, giving it a loft-style appearance.
A series of furniture made in corporation with craftsman from Latvia to give traditional crafts a new look and application.
Swedish designer David Ericsson has created a lightweight chair in solid beech – his \”all-time favourite wood\” – for furniture brand Gärsnäs.
Perfectly dilapidated pine solid wood and rusty-raw steel accents bring hints of warmth and refinement to the rusticated brick and concrete gray backdrop, while hand-made lights and different textures bring a vintage look and intimacy.
The cardboard layers are held together by a colorful metal frame which stands in a contrast to the natural raw appearance of the cardboard.
The table has been designed such that the surface becomes part of the meal experience. Modular metal elements slot into the central section of the table and can be changed very easily numerous times through the course of the meal itself.
A family of seating furniture, where the large stool can also be used as a table. Threads are rolled around a tubing that is attached to a metal frame, this process originates from a Vietnamese technique where paper thread is rolled around seagrass to make small bowls.