MADtastic! fresh design from madrid
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apr 23, 2013
MADtastic! fresh design from madrid

reversed volumes bowls for PCM, 2013




MADtastic! fresh design from madrid‘ presents furniture and product developments hailing from spain’s capital,
whether they have been conceived by local or foreign designers living in the city, or produced by big or emerging
madrid-based companies.


supported by dimad and IED madrid, javier abio and tachy mora of neo2 magazine curated the selected works
which range from craft objects, to furniture pieces, some of which already have international distribution,
while other are still in the prototype phase waiting to be discovered.


the presented pieces include those by ana hernando, antonio serrano bulnes, carlos bueno rivero, ciszak dalmas,
daniel garcía and Mª josé vargas, diana vernaza, fabio molinas, jaime hayon, jorge de la cruz, mischer’traxler, pablo limón,
pedro feduchi, raúl lópez de la cerda, roberto ortíz de landázuri, valentín sanz, as well as producers and brands &tradition,
chichinabo, imasoto, mad lab, PCM design and woodendot.


the ‘MADtastic! fresh design from madrid’ ran during the fuorisalone program of milan design week 2013 and is on show
at the instituto cervantes of milan until may 31st, 2013.



the bowls capture the imprint of a fruit or a vegetable to create its cavity for storing foods



fabio molinas (IED madrid – masters of design and innovation)
oltu fridge, 2012



a new concept for keeping produce fresher, longer using heat emitted from the fridge to provide the ideal temperature and humidity for produce stored in ceramic containers which sit on top



diana vernaza
arista chair, 2012 (protoype)



detail of the arista chair’s simple contours and lines


antonio serrano bulnes for mad lab
livingblock dressing table, 2012



the livingblock dressing table in use



johanna tammsalu (IED madrid – masters of design and innovation)
solid spin lamps, 2012



idea of scale of the ceramic turned lampshades



pedro feduchi
tray office table for imasoto, 2012



a versatile office table that is ideal for both domestic and contract use, not only because of its clean lines, but use of warm wicker employed as dividing panels



raúl lópez de la cerda (IED madrid – masters of design and innovation)
dividings shelving, 2012



the storage unit references the kind of walls left after the demolition of the building that stood at 819s wabash avenue in chicago, where rooms that were once private are now exposed



carrello trolley for la clínica design, 2013



made from CNC birch plywood with a black formica finish, the trolley is ideal for displaying books, magazines, plants etc., and is equipped with an LED lamp



jaime hayon
catch chair for &tradition, 2012



the catch chair is ergonomically designed with a high backrest and can be used in either casual settings or workspaces



daniel garcía and Mª josé vargas
KA S table lamps for woodendot, 2012



handmade in beechwood, the table lamps boast details in leather and feature a rounded wooden base that can be used as a tray to leave small objects



valentín sanz
woodroll lamp, 2012 (prototype)



taking formal cues from the shape of socket cable reels, the long, textile cable in red or black which wraps around its circumference allows it to be used in multiple locations within a room



general view of the ‘MADtastic!’ exhibition

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