For the Mexico City's Design Week, ADN Gallery organized ''Identity and Dialogue of Design in Mexico''; an exhibition where 12 designers were invited to pick a vintage piece from the gallery's catalogue to serve as inspiration for creating a new design. My choice was a beautiful table from an unknown Mexican furniture maker who has a unique style of mixing materials, creating wire-framed volumes and using simple details that create a big difference. The design generated from this inspiration extracted certain key elements such as the angled square tube at 45 degrees and a rotated segment of its silhouette to create a coffee table and a side table.
A reinterpretation of a vintage: mexican design.
Original design from an unknown: mexican designer.
Inspiration, abstracion and: ideation
blueprints for prototype
Exhibition during Mexico City's: Design Week.
Prototypes exhibited at ADN.
Currently producing its first: edition.
Detail of final design.