MATERIALITY at ICFF 2013 / NY USA
Panorámica’s presentation of “Materiality” during the 25th edition of the International Contemporary Furniture Fair ICFF in New York was a great success.
ICFF marked the debut of the coop, and we couldn’t be happier about it. During the 4 days of the event members of the coop enjoyed chatting with everyone who stopped by and appreciate the support for our project.
ZONA MACO 2014 / Mexico City
The Colored Basalt Table was exhibited in Zona Maco 2014 through Proyecto Paralelo Gallery.
Colored Basalt Table presents itself as an experimental exercise and approach, reflected through the design of a workbench, made from a metal frame and black basalt surfaces with color transitions from end to end.
De Ida y Vuelta 2014 / Mexico City
“De ida y vuelta. Diseño contemporáneo en México”, a small and neatly curated show sheds light on a thriving contemporary design scene. De Ida y Vuelta (which loosely translates as 'Back and Forth') consists of 250 prototypes and finished objects by 60 Mexican designers, most of who have only been in operation since 2010.
COPIAS en ARCHIVO 2014 / Mexico City
“Copies: Creative Processes Transformation and Evolution” is an on-going exhibition in Mexico City’s Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura that looks specifically at design copies. Beginning from Archivo’s own collection of design objects, guest curators Cecilia León de la Barra and Jorge Gardoni found “copies” of them to put together side-by-side for comparison. From designer furniture to popular salt-and-pepper shakers, the duo found that lookalikes existed for all kind of things. The exhibition featured our Terrazo Container Set.
Maison et Objet 2015 / Paris
The coop has been invited to the 2015 edition of Maison & Objet in Paris for their Talents a la Carte section dedicated to showcase the best emerging creatives around the world. M&O has established itself as one of the leading design events around the globe.
The announcement was made during Design Week Mexico where Philippe Brocart, Director of M&O travelled to Mexico City to attend the event. Other mexican designers selected for the event are David Pompa, Foam & Perla Valtierra, Paul Roco and Liliana Ovalle.
ZONA MACO 2015 / Mexico City
“Level” collection made its debut during Zona Maco 2015, the most important contemporary art fair in Mexico and Latin America.
Ammann Gallery features LEVEL at Collective Design Fair 2015 / NY USA
LEVEL side table for Ángulo Cero was at Collective Design Fair 2015 in New York City with the prestigious Ammann Gallery. Collective Design brings together creative voices from around the world in a lively, essential discourse on modern and contemporary design and art. In 2006, gabrielle ammann founded ammann//gallery in cologne to provide a permanent platform for her artists and designers; becoming a space dedicated to avant-garde exhibitions as ammann’s bold intellectual approach challenges one’s perception of objects.
Silla mexicana. Diseño e identidad / MUSEO FRANZ MAYER 2016 / Mexico City
In Mexico, chairs and seats have been more than utilitarian pieces; In different moments of history have exhibited symbolisms and varied functions that reveal their importance in everyday life in public and private space, many of them becoming real icons of the design history.
This exhibition, which is part of the celebrations for the Franz Mayer Museum 30th anniversary, will review the act of sitting through a selection of different types of chairs and seats that have been used in Mexico, from the viceregal era to the present. From pieces of popular art, through New Spain and European manufactures, to creations of contemporary architects and designers that have become collectors' pieces.
The collection of the Franz Mayer Museum includes a large variety of chairs and seats with varied decorations that stand out not only for the different dialogues between aesthetics and functionality found in them, but also for the wealth of materials and techniques used in their manufacture.
DEL PLATO A LA BOCA, COCINA, UTENSILIOS Y DISEÑO / MODO 2016 / Mexico City
“Del plato a la boca” (From the Plate to the mouth in spanish) Is a thematic exhibition whose temporality extends from the end of the XIX century, to date but without emphasizing a chronological line but in thematic nucleo that explore diverse relationships and narratives.
MXCD01 MÉXICO CIUDAD DISEÑO PRESENTE - PASADO – FUTURO / 2016 / Mexico City
From a reflection on different temporalities, México ciudad diseño investigates the present, past and future of design in the country's capital. In this first of three installments, the runaway creative production of Mexico City at the beginning of the 21st century focuses on a sudden landscape of familiar and strange objects that unfold the limits of the traditional design exercise.
MXCD01 is a drift between new aesthetic inclinations, experiments with materials and technologies, as well as critical or speculative approaches of designers who understand Mexico City as a creative resource and field of action