This is a 60 seconds spot for famous J&B, Mexico. We managed to recreate, in a very short time, a merge between a rollercoaster and a subway, travelling from London to Mexico. We did a good job turning Buenos Aires into these other two cities. It was exciting for us to work on this outstanding [...]
CENTROS is a scenography created by Iregular for the 2nd night of Mutek Mexico on 2013. This scenography consisted of a 15×15 wood grid with independently controlled RGB lights that where mapped to a video source. At the same time the surface of the grid was projected with video creating a superposition of low and [...]
Silla Dgrulla is a minimalist design created by Mexico-based designer Dgrulla Studio. The Silla Dgrulla is inspired by the studio’s graphic identity, a crane. The person sitting in the chair creates the illusion of having wings.
Cactaceae is the name of this small structure designed by the Mexican architect Iván Juárez X-Studio. Located in the desert of the Tropic of Cancer in Mexico, the architectural design is inspired by the flora and including cactus. A geometric shelter to discover images in the future.
Released in October 2013, the book ‘Oasis: Wellness, Spas and relaxation proposed by Gestalten invites us to discover the most beautiful aquatic areas for relaxation around the world. Bali to Mexico through Switzerland, this book of 256 pages invites escape. More after the jump.
HXMX is a minimalist house located in Mexico City, Mexico, designed by BGP Arquitectura. The project consists of a renovation extension to protected building by the government. The restructuring resulted in the use of stronger materials such as metal cladding and concrete slabs.
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Photographer Gabriele Galimberti, already author of “Toy Stories Photography” travelled in 58 countries to photograph grandmothers in the kitchen, joined the specialty prepared by each. A series called “Delicatessen With Love” is to discover pictures in the article.
The World Cup Bench, idealized by Galeazzo Design, takes the shape of the ball panels from the 1970’s Mexico World Cup ball as a starting point to the conceptual development of the piece, which is made through CNC technology. In the top view of the object there is a direct correspondence with the geometry of [...]
Le festival MUTEK Mexico célèbre son 10ieme anniversaire a partir de lundi prochain. A l’occasion une vidéo “teaser” a été réalisée par TENAS (www.tenas-graphism.fr) nous faisant voyager dans les lieux ou le festival prendra vie de manière subjective.
Romita Comedor is a restaurant in Mexico City whose design is at the crossroads between tradition and design. The wooden furniture mix with black and white tiles to give a chic and casual look. A very nice place to visit in pictures later in the article.
Helena Stool is a minimalist design created by Mexico-based designer ESRAWE. The stool is composed of wood with an upholstered seat. A peg runs across the front and back legs that also serves as support for the users legs.
Parity is a minimalist design created by Mexico-based designer Moisés Hernández. Spoons have been used as eating utensils since Paleolithic times, nowadays they can be produced in different materials and with different techniques.
Nescafé uses the Mexican agency Rojkind Arquitectos in order to achieve an urban sculpture in the Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico DF. The only obligation for the artists : to be made up of some 1,500 coffee mugs available to them. A beautiful public installation and a really clever appropriation of the object in images.
In the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, the photographer Anatoly Beloshchin captures an underwater-hidden river in the bottom of Cenote Angelita. This river is actually a simple reaction between freshwater and salt water, which have a different density and cause this very impressive phenomenon.