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Product design - December 2014


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ö tables.

Wood & copper table available in two sizes: side table and nightstand. The nightsand top can be square or round.
Contact directly at entrandoencolapso@gmail.com to place your order.

Thought and made in Barcelona.

Pictures and Art Direction by Olga de la Iglesia; Special thanks to Matagalán
SOFTHEADS

Interior design - November 2014


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Interior design of the showroom-office-atelier for Softheads at their space in Barcelona.
IT ALL STARTS WITH A PAIR OF DRYS

Ephemeral installation - March 2014


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Ephemeral installation and window display at the Nudie Jeans Concept Store in Barcelona. The main element used for the display is recycled cardboard, the same one used to carry and store Nudie jeans. The rips and creases come to life. Each window displays a distinct pair of jean, of real costumers, which explains a different story, its own story.
Every piece of cardboard is cut and assembled by hand, one by one, making all of them unique.

"YOUR JEANS GO WHERE YOU GO. THEY LIVE YOUR LIFESTYLE.
THEY GET ABRASIONS AND SCARS. AND THEY BLEED. JUST LIKE YOU."


Pictures by Maud-Sophie
(fos)

Ephemeral installation - September 2013


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(fos) means light in Greek and melted in Catalan. This project is represented by a skin that covers both vertical and horizontal surfaces. The protected façade of the vegan restaurant Rayen at Lope de Vega street in Madrid has been illuminated for 4 days and nights by more than 250lm of yellow duct tape, painted décor items, pineapples and... a lamp.
A visual game between perspective and colored volumes that gained the looks of curios pedestrians.

Project developed as a member of (fos) team.
REMEZCLA

Ephemeral installation - October 2014


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Design of ephemeral installation from figures that make up the corporate image of Refresco, which expands
through the space of Über Barcelona in the presentation event of the new collection for Saudade Atelier:
Remezcla; mixed and transformed used garment designs, photographed by Camilla Falquez.

Pictures by Olga de la Iglesia
 
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