Crea tu propio Mr. Cube

Un cubo de madera es la estructura que da vida a Mr. Cube, una colección de figuras con piezas intercambiables realizada por Héctor Serrano. Las combinaciones de brazos, piernas y cabeza –cuya suma crea un cubo– unidas mediante imanes internos, son prácticamente infinitas.

 

Cubo de madera de Héctor Serrano

Cómo dibujar con un dedo

Dedo board sustituye la tradicional piedra de pizarra o material sintético por una superficie suave y cambiante, realizada con piel sintética que, sin necesidad de tiza, rotulador y borrador, permite dibujar sobre ella.

 

Dedo board de Gonçalo Campos

Wotu Chair, the wooden tube chair

Wotu Chair is a new ecologic ultra light chair produced by Lamm and designed by Dante Bonucelli. Made entirely from natural wood originating from forest areas under strict environmental control, and thanks to new technology not yet patented, the chair is manufactured with layers of thin beech wood sheets that are glued together and folded to produce wooden tubes.

François Caspar

François Caspar is driven by a creative exuberance. A designer with a vibrant eye, he uses a combination of practice, experience, functionality and communication to confront his work. For Caspar, a poster is a tool for linguistic research that has many levels of sophistication. Widely known for his defence of professional culture, his work stands out for its high-quality, its focus on the international scene, its pragmatism and its visual culture.

François Caspar

François Caspar está poseído por una felicidad creativa. Es un diseñador de mirada vibrante que afronta su trabajo integrando práctica, experiencia, funcionalidad y comunicación. Para Caspar, el póster puede ser una herramienta de búsqueda lingüística con múltiples niveles de sofisticación. Conocido por su defensa de la cultura profesional, su obra se caracteriza por su calidad, su atención a la actualidad internacional, su pragmatismo y su gran cultura visual.

Thin Black Lines, a line between art and design

Like sketches drawn up in the thin air, Nendo designs 29 stainless steel pieces that turn the original schematic layout and the resulting planes, into a series of volumes that irreverently play with the visual perception of the onlooker. It would therefore in no way be fair to consider these works as just another reductionist neo-minimalistic proposal.