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Metalarte wall sconce

The Riera family owns Metalarte. In the 1960s, the company began producing a Modern line of lighting alongside its historicist turned-brass models. The 1975 Calder halogen swivel table lamp by Enric Franch was an exception to a return to conservative production. Read More →

MONI Shelves

After gaining international acclaim for her work with Enric Miralles, Carme Pinós set up her studio in 1991. She has worked on various projects since then, ranging from urban refurbishments and public works to the design of furniture. Read More →

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Between 1962-65, he worked in the office of architects Frederic Correa and Alfonso Mila and, in 1962, in the office of architects James Cubitt and Partners, London. In 1964 (with Pep Bonet, Lluis Clotet, and Oscar Tusquets Blanca), he founded the Studio PER. Read More →

Gaulino Table - Walnut by Oscar Tusquets Blanca

Oscar Tusquets Blanca is a Spanish painter, architect and designer. He was born and is professionally active in Barcelona, Spain.Read More →

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Javier Mariscal is a Spanish designer. He was born in Valencia. He is professionally active in Barcelona. He studied at the Escuela de Grafismo Elisava, Barcelona, to 1971.Read More →

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In Madrid, he encountered people associated with postmodern culture, including architect Rafael Moneo, his university professor, and members of the Madrid movida movement, such as film director Pedro Almodóvar and fashion designer Jess del Well.Read More →

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Patricia Urquiola is a Spanish architect based in Milan. She distinguishes herself by her original designs of items and furniture for the finest and most significant international companies. She created the Maia series, one of her most typical works for Kettal, the designer of some of the most emblematic pieces of today’s selection. AD Design Award 2008 for architecture.Read More →

Barcelona-based multidisciplinary graphic designer Andrés Reisinger renders still lifes, interiors and design objects in 3D with a clean, modern aesthetic.Read More →

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In 1987 Oscar and Sergi Devesa founded D&D Design to work together in product design for national and international companies such as Metalarte, Disform, Blauet, Supergrif, Oken, Grober, Dessiè, Grupo Líneas TC, Seiak, Vibia, Bike-Romanes, Arkos Light, Forma 5, Ferfor and Exit Seating Barcelona.Read More →

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He worked for eleven years creating product, furniture, and store interiors, first at Vignelli Associates and then at Polo Ralph Lauren. In 1998, he returned to Spain and began working as a creative director for Grupo Inditex, developing new concepts for the Zara Group’s distinctive retail environments. In 2003, Veciana formed Castel Veciana Arquitectura in collaboration with architect Jordi Castel. He began working with Metalarte shortly after that.Read More →

Shimmer Side Table designed by Patricia Urquiola

The superb iridescent multichromatic finish, a characteristic of the Shimmer line, was achieved by enhanced processing procedures, a deteriorating shaded silvering mix, and the magnificent iridescent multichromatic finish.Read More →

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In subsequent solo exhibits and shows at major galleries, and design and art fairs all over the globe, Jaime further established his vision. His large consumer base has spanned numerous functions and media, including domestic furniture for B.D., following the establishment of Hayon Studio in 2001. Barcelona, Cassina, Fritz Hansen, & Tradition, and Magis; Parachilna, Metalarte and Swarovski lighting fixtures; and sophisticated Bisazza, Lladró and Baccarat objects.Read More →

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The purpose of this cutlery is to avoid staining the tablecloth, the same idea that inspired Marquina to create his famous olive oil bottle. The unique handles of the knives, forks and spoons raise the part that would touch the table. The fish knife incorporates an ingenious prong for opening shellfish.Read More →

Triana Floor Lamp

Triana is a floor lamp from yesteryear. One metre tall, elegant and stately. With a sculptural body and chintz lampshade. SEE MORERead More →

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Because of the studio’s trademark lively aesthetic, its hospitality and retail fit-outs are the stuff of design bloggers and Instagrammers’ dreams.Read More →

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He was primarily taught by his glassblower father and is now regarded as one of the most accomplished Art Deco glass artists. Read More →

Lluís Clotet

Lluís Clotet (1941 – ) is a Spanish architect and furniture designer.Read More →

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Oscar Tusquets, Lluis Clotet, Pep Bonet, Cristian Cirici, and Xavier Carulla, among others, founded B.d Ediciones de Disefio in 1972. Many of Tusquets’ furniture and product designs, as well as those of others at the time, were deemed too risky by other Spanish manufacturers.Read More →

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Akaba progressive Spanish Design Company founded on four fundamental principles: commitment to design, an international perspective, distinctive business identity and the establishment of new jobs.Read More →

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Patricia Urquiola called this collection Vimini because it means wicker in Italian and sounds like Bimini, an island. They used only the right amount of outdoor wicker with a rougher wooden frame. The design is well known that when you get close, it stirs your memory and makes you feel at home. That’s what it was, more or less—the object of memory.Read More →