Interview: Chichinabo Inc.

  • Posted: July 17, 2012  by bea   -  
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Designers Patricia Lázaro (fashion) and Miguel Sánchez Lindo (graphic) co-founded Chichinabo Inc. a project that seeks to restore traditional aesthetic themes, usually neglected by ancient or tasteless. We met with them to know more about their project and its particular view of the world. Here is what we talked about:

Crafts R/Evolution Exhibition

  • Posted: July 6, 2012  by bea   -  
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Homeless Design and FUNDESARTE has the pleasure to invite you to the Spanish design & crafts exhibition, a collaboration that we’ve already talked about here. We hope to see you during the summer. CRAFTS R/EVOLUTION From July 13th to August 31st Monday through Friday. 8.00 – 15.00 At FUNDESARTE headquarters

Homeless finds the perfect match for the summer

  • Posted: June 27, 2012  by bea   -  
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This summer Homeless Design joins forces with the Spanish Fundación Española para la Innovación de la Artesanía (Fundesarte). This Foundation works towards the innovation and adaptation of Spanish craftsmanship with the new developments that the market demands. It promotes cross-sector cooperation to create products that meet consumer demands. From July

Karimoku New Standard

  • Posted: June 19, 2012  by bea   -  
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The japanesse brand Karimoku New Standard collaborates with the talent of international designers. It is a line combining the experienced craftsmanship with technology innovation. High standard hardwood furniture for daily live. The collection was presented during the Salone del Mobile 2012 in Erastudio Apartment Gallery, a 100 year old apartment in

Cristiano Mino, one blog at a time

  • Posted: June 15, 2012  by bea   -  
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It is very exciting to see how a person, a career or a project grows. We are very proud of the Italian designer Cristiano Mino. His project Micol lamp won the Homeless Design 2012 chosen by the jury, Fernando and Humberto Campana. The competition was to challenge designers to created

The dance of the Mamut

  • Posted: May 23, 2012  by bea   -  
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What is Mamut? it is a fruitbowl that allows you to vary the size of the container according to the number of turns you give to the wood ball. Who designed it? La Mamba studio Why we like it? because it is very Homeless Design; it is smart, easy to assembly, recyclable, and has the

The Corner Ladder

  • Posted: May 19, 2012  by bea   -  
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Subsequent to being exhibited on the Homeless Design Showroom during the Salone del Mobile 2012, Corner Ladder is determined to conquer the world. We are very glad for being part of this story. Congratulations to the four designers of Co&Co! The corner Ladder is based on the need to simplify

The magic in the handmade

  • Posted: May 15, 2012  by bea   -  
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Today, we want to show you how magic a handmade design product can be. Two brands with craftsmanship backgrounds combines in the Leica M9-P camera – Hermès limited edition. A “craftsmanship of the highest degree” that dilutes the line between product and fashion design. It was only right to use

Design talks at IED Madrid

  • Posted: May 8, 2012  by bea   -  
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IED Madrid organizes this week Cocktail 2012, its annual informal talks. These conferences are known for the interaction between designer and audience in a friendly environment. Students from the Area transversal of IED Madrid designed the set. Moreover, like every year you can enjoy the traditional cocktail, carried out by the

Homeless design network: designs looking for a home

  • Posted: May 7, 2012  by bea   -  
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Smart design is thinking how to produce optimizing material and time. Objects can be handmade and produced on a small scale without an excessive cost thanks to new, reused or recycled materials and new assembly possibilities. This is Smart Design, to create an appealing object while being aware of the