Dubai Design Week

We were invited to DBXDW

For this special occasion we created an exclusive collection of objects retaking our previous work with artisans from different parts of Mexico who are experts in palm and rattan weaving techniques.

Our collection is divided by 3 different techniques applied to several typologies:

Firstly, we are presenting Palma composed by two main objects, a stool and a low table, both with a wireframe steel structure, partially knitted with a palm weaving technique typical from Tlamacazapa.

Secondly, we have Palmitas, a set of floor and table lamps made in steel and mainly covered with palm, featuring a weaving technique found in the State of Mexico, which allows the knots to be more separated from one another, letting the light pass through more easily.

Finally, we have Bells, a pair of ceiling lamps similar in structure but very different in the weaving, one was knitted in Tlamacazapa and the other in Xicaltepec, State of Mexico. 

Our work was showcased as part of the Abierto Mexicano de Diseño Pavillion next to other three Mexican brands: LCMX, Tributo and BiYuu.

 

¿Cuál es el México que tú quieres proyectar?

Queremos proyectar un México en donde los diseñadores tienen la versatilidad de trabajar con procesos tanto artesanales como industriales, generando productos de alta calidad en diseño y manufactura bajo el sello Hecho en México. ¿Cuál es el México que tú quieres proyectar?
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We want to communicate a Mexico where designers have the versatility to work with both artisanal and industrial processes generating high quality products in design and manufacture under the label Made in Mexico. Which one is the Mexico you want to communicate?


#PUMmx #PUMny

E/J is going to Brooklyn!

E/J is one of the young design brands invited to be part of this new project called PUM (Proyectos Unidos Mexicanos), a Mexican initiative created by Mezcal Unión, in collaboration with pop-up design fair, La Lonja MX, and art platform, Salón ACME; that showcases the best of emerging Mexican fashion, art and design. 

If you happen to be at Brooklyn between the 22nd and the 23rd of August, please feel free to stop by at the Wythe Hotel, where 30 designers and 20 artists will be showcasing more than 60 pieces altogether at the Main Event Hall to celebrate Mexico’s creative diversity.

If you want to know more about this initiative feel free to check out these links: 

PUM - Arca Lab

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Welcome to our new webpage!

After 5 years, we've decided to upgrade our website. You will notice we have improved our mobile versions so you can check all of our content from your smartphones or tablets.

We find design is an international language but when it comes to words, it's more inclusive to communicate in english. We are working in the Spanish and French version of the site also, stay tuned!

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