Víctor Hugo Medina Fuentes
26, Industrial Designer at dgrulla.com
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Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
Part of the first design festival in Mexico, which was based on the thematic trades. Mexican Open Design.
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volatiledesign:

As I am sure most artists and designers like myself can relate, the kitchen is one of the most comforting rooms in the home. It is where you take all the facets of your artistry and bring them into one beautifully wrapped gift. Cooking is therapeutic, experimental and challenges a part of the brain that involves precision and thoughtfulness. But when you think of how you approach the preparation of food, every motion must be perfected to a science to bring a new level of peace to your practice. These kitchen drawer accessory organizers by Dada allow me to take deep breaths and sigh with relief on every exhale. This product is rational, attractive, modular, personalized and cuisine friendly. This series makes me want to nestle into my kitchen and never look back.
volatiledesign:

As I am sure most artists and designers like myself can relate, the kitchen is one of the most comforting rooms in the home. It is where you take all the facets of your artistry and bring them into one beautifully wrapped gift. Cooking is therapeutic, experimental and challenges a part of the brain that involves precision and thoughtfulness. But when you think of how you approach the preparation of food, every motion must be perfected to a science to bring a new level of peace to your practice. These kitchen drawer accessory organizers by Dada allow me to take deep breaths and sigh with relief on every exhale. This product is rational, attractive, modular, personalized and cuisine friendly. This series makes me want to nestle into my kitchen and never look back.
volatiledesign:

As I am sure most artists and designers like myself can relate, the kitchen is one of the most comforting rooms in the home. It is where you take all the facets of your artistry and bring them into one beautifully wrapped gift. Cooking is therapeutic, experimental and challenges a part of the brain that involves precision and thoughtfulness. But when you think of how you approach the preparation of food, every motion must be perfected to a science to bring a new level of peace to your practice. These kitchen drawer accessory organizers by Dada allow me to take deep breaths and sigh with relief on every exhale. This product is rational, attractive, modular, personalized and cuisine friendly. This series makes me want to nestle into my kitchen and never look back.
volatiledesign:

As I am sure most artists and designers like myself can relate, the kitchen is one of the most comforting rooms in the home. It is where you take all the facets of your artistry and bring them into one beautifully wrapped gift. Cooking is therapeutic, experimental and challenges a part of the brain that involves precision and thoughtfulness. But when you think of how you approach the preparation of food, every motion must be perfected to a science to bring a new level of peace to your practice. These kitchen drawer accessory organizers by Dada allow me to take deep breaths and sigh with relief on every exhale. This product is rational, attractive, modular, personalized and cuisine friendly. This series makes me want to nestle into my kitchen and never look back.
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really-shit:

Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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really-shit:

Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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really-shit:

Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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Coffee - Andrew Kim
Andrew Kim works as a visual designer for xbox.

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volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
volatiledesign:

A very interesting piece from conception to birth for designer Thomas Feichtner. Feichtner worked with reknown producer Eternit AG of Austria whom has collaborated with the legendary Le Corbusier and Willy Guhl. The conception of the Basso Shelf system began with exploration and sustainability of fibre cement and its journey as a material from then to now. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly materials and is what composes the form of this tripartite, modular shelf system that is connected by wooden pegs. The effect the fibre cement has, due to their cement molds in production, really gives a fabric like quality to material that is hard as a rock. The final finish on the piece is very interesting too because photographically it reads like felt. It begins very industrial in concept and finishes very elegantly. What is also very cool about this piece is the fact that it could be used for multiple functions like a bench with magazine storage below or on casters as a rolling kitchen island… the possibilities are endless since the framework is so flexible!
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visualgraphc:

Food Studio by Bielke + Yang


Food studio
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Food Studio by Bielke + Yang


Food studio
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Food Studio by Bielke + Yang


Food studio
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duddha:

The Glamorous 242C V12, 1968 British Grand Prix.
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Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
Multifuncional furniture inspired by the Fibonacci’s theory; like a seed when it evolves in which structure forms the divine proportion. @dgrulla
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asl2690:

Silla Knot by Antonio Serrano 
Chair inspired by a knot and a slingshot, trying to merge these two objects. Made of tubular aluminum and wood. A lightweight chair and very minimalist.

Del costal (:
asl2690:

Silla Knot by Antonio Serrano 
Chair inspired by a knot and a slingshot, trying to merge these two objects. Made of tubular aluminum and wood. A lightweight chair and very minimalist.

Del costal (:
asl2690:

Silla Knot by Antonio Serrano 
Chair inspired by a knot and a slingshot, trying to merge these two objects. Made of tubular aluminum and wood. A lightweight chair and very minimalist.

Del costal (:
asl2690:

Silla Knot by Antonio Serrano 
Chair inspired by a knot and a slingshot, trying to merge these two objects. Made of tubular aluminum and wood. A lightweight chair and very minimalist.

Del costal (: