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Martín Azúa   |   http://martinazua.com

“Wooden tools for the new kitchen - Workshop taught by Martin Azua in the XIII International Meeting of Turners in Galicia from 19 to 22 September in Xermade (Lugo). Organized by the Centro Galego da Artesanía Foundation. With the collaboration of the turner Jose Antonio Buide.”

Martín is a Basque designer working in Barcelona since 1994. Graduate in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, he combines his professional activity as object and space designer for important companies together with a more speculative work. He belongs to a category of designers who consider experimental methods as a fundamental part of the design process.

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4 Dec

Diana Xavier   |   http://behance.net/dianaxavier

"The typographic and nerdy answer to your designer longboard needs."

Graphic Designer and longboarder from Auckland, New Zealand. I love publication design, touching things, and De’Longhi appliances.

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13 Nov

Slava Balbek   |   http://2bua.com

"This foosball table is a new product designed by 2b.group. The idea to make an individual table came up when I failed in finding one that fits well into contemporary living space. So this table is single of it’s type. Most of it’s elements are handcrafted using high quality moisture resistant plywood and steel elements (like counting cubes). Plastic handles and a cork ball have been ordered from Germany. Pitch proportions and players’ size correspond to professional requirements. It took me one year from first design sketch to complete production."

Architect from Kiev, Ukraine. Focused on interior design, architecture, product and industrial design.

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3 Nov

Aree by Vedran Erceg   |   Facebook page

The Aree table was made as a part of a project called «Design in real environment» which was realized at the School of Design’s degree studies in cooperation with the Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts. The primary goal was the incitement of craftsmanship through the design of competitive products but also a long-term affirmation of the importance of designers and craftsmen merging.

A choice of high quality materials such as ash wood and artificial stone Kerrock attained construction quality and visual attractiveness which warrant the product’s high price value and make single production possible until conditions for serial production are met. Two versions of the product have been designed, the dining table and the office table with a hanging cupboard.

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29 Oct