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   Materiality    is a collection of objects that exalt the unique beauty of everyday materials such as basalt stone, terrazzo, copper and glass usually unnoticed by the contemporary urban dweller. Produced by  Panoramica , a design cooperative formed by 7 young Mexican designers exploring new creative territories; Materiality marked the debut of the Coop at New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair  ICFF .  
   View the collection here.    
     
  Visit:    www.wearepanoramica.com

Materiality is a collection of objects that exalt the unique beauty of everyday materials such as basalt stone, terrazzo, copper and glass usually unnoticed by the contemporary urban dweller. Produced by Panoramica, a design cooperative formed by 7 young Mexican designers exploring new creative territories; Materiality marked the debut of the Coop at New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair ICFF.

View the collection here. 

 

Visit:
www.wearepanoramica.com

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