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.