1.  Proyectos




Showroom / CamperLab

2020. The new showroom of the brand has been designed to transmit the change of the creative direction. The interior encompasses a custom handmade floor tiles  manufactured in Mallorca. A mix of antique design and integrated furniture together with textured colour walls, reminding certain Mediterraneum enviroments.
        Photography by Camper


Crystal  2021.

The Crystal Series is the continuation of my ongoing recycling project focusing on giving a second life to waste material. In this series I use the thin and small scraps of compressed expanded polyuretane, assembling them in a form to be “crystalized” afterwards with a coating. Photography by Anton Poletaev and Sylvia Polasz


Store Paris / Camper Lab

2020. Born as a mediterranean interior style in conversation with the city. The store concept spins around the industrial elements of construction and essential building systems. We work closely with a traditional brick manufacturer of the Mallorca island, using their characteristic terracotta elements  for our counters, benches and shelves.
        Photography by Camper


Errata – Mass Lectern

2019. Errata: Books do Clutter a Room exhibition was on view at Mast Books during 2019 New York Design week. Working with the idea of the mistake as part of the process, I participate with my piece Mass Lectern, product of a experimental based approach toward waste materials.
        Curated by Miguel Leiro
        Photography by Geray Mena
        Graphic Design by OtroBureau
        Victor Clemente


Camper Preseason Campaign AW2020

Concept creation, set design and production for the Autum Winter preseason story.
        Photography by Camper


Mass Series

2019. Recycled compressed polystyrene, polyurethane and car paint. A serie composed by four vases as the result of a new upcycling methodology applied to waste material of industrial overproduction.
        Photography by Kaveh Kiani



SM Shooting – Camper Lab

2021. Set design and production for the interior like scenography.
        Photography by Camper

Foam it

2017. FOAM-IT is 100% recycled and recyclable seating system made out of polyurethane foam scraps. There is a big necessity to create useful applications for the large amount of scraps produced instead of ending their cycle on landfills. Produced in a recycling factory based in Switzerland, considering the existing resources of the factory to keep the whole life-cycle on site.
        Photography by Simone Sandahl


Still life – CamperLab

2020. Concept creation, set design and production for the change of identity and introduction of the new creative direction.  The crafts and nature of the island are the thread of the story.
        Photography by Camper


Junctions E15

2016. On the occasion of the Milan International Furniture Fair 2016, E15 invited ECAL designers to  reinterpret the wooden Backenzahn stool, using the same offcut material. Junctions is a coffee table composed by nine oak beams placed vertically, keeping the same construction than the original stool.

Photography by Maxime Guyon
and Younès Klouche


Hong Kong Basics

2018. “The Hong Kong Basics” is an exhibition displaying a collection of everyday objects from the city. The collection is presented as a portrait of the life experienced by the group of artistic residents of the HKDI. A mix between deep rooted religion traditions, imposed colonial influences and new technologies. A collaborative project together with Tobias Brunner, Juliette Collin, Helene Portier.
        Photography by Calypso Mahieu
        Graphic Design by Juliette Collin


Writing a Wrong – FRAME

I have been commissioned by Frame magazine to take part of “the challenge issue”. The topic: design for a clean planet. After oil, fashion is the second most pollutive industry in the world and its impact isn’t just due to the manufacture and transportation of products, but also to the millions of tonnes of clothes that are dumped worldwide. I envision a new process, a new method of upcycling textiles based on a worldwide network of local artisans trained to use a special machine – the Textilegrapher- combines the technology of a 3D-printing pen with the recycling method of a Protocycler.
        Photography by FRAME Magazine



Garbo x Vitra

2017. Workbays Village” is and exhibition lead by Erwan Bourullec for the furniture brand Vitra. My contribution was “Garbo”, a flooring system which hides and leads the cables at the workspaces. The carpet is composed by a top felt layer and a bottom rubber grip. The rubber grip leads and keep sort the cables underneath, while keeping the carpet secure on place. The cables are imperceptible while walking on the top. Through the rubber pattern on the top the user can pull out the cable at the desired point.
        Photography by Younès Klouche
        Graphic Design by Pierre Benoit 


Mass tables

The Swamp of Forever / Chapter 2: Coincidence : Amie Siegel (ft. Sara Regal). As part of the show, I created two complementary tables following my recycling project .
    Curated by Carlos Fernández Pello
  Photography by Galería Nogueras Blanchard


Anemone

2015. Anemone is a set of containers made with the fruits usual net structured packaging. Moving the packaging material from one use to a timeless position.


Marcos

2016. In a collaborative workshop in Mexico, between  ECAL and CENTRO designers, production of techniques linked to specific Day of the Dead items were asked to be re-thought. Copal is a natural perfumed resin used as incense, always present at the Mexican’s shrines. Manipulating the copal through the pouring in to different frame’s shapes, for the creation of a quick low-tech jewellery production on site. In collaboration with Christian Holweck & Nancy Trejo.
        Photography by Benoît Jeanne and                     Thomas F Aleto


2 Cuerdas

2016. Quick production handmade sandals. Each one is made by a continuous rope, wrapping the foot’s anatomy like in the traditional espadrilles. The industrial material brings a new aesthetic to the craft sandal world alongside a long lasting product due to the strength properties of the rope.
        Photography by Isabelle Stauffer
        and  Laura Zoccarato







Showroom / CamperLab

2020. The new showroom of the brand has been designed to transmit the change of the creative direction. The interior encompasses a custom handmade floor tiles  manufactured in Mallorca. A mix of antique design and integrated furniture together with textured colour walls, reminding certain Mediterraneum enviroments.

 

Photography
Camper








Crystal  

2021. The Crystal Series is the continuation of my ongoing recycling project focusing on giving a second life to waste material. In this series I use the thin and small scraps of compressed expanded polyuretane, assembling them in a form to be “crystalized” afterwards with a coating.

 

Photography
Anton Poletaev
Sylvia Polasz






Store Paris / Camper Lab

2020. Born as a mediterranean interior style in conversation with the city. The store concept spins around the industrial elements of construction and essential building systems. We work closely with a traditional brick manufacturer of the Mallorca island, using their characteristic terracotta elements  for our counters, benches and shelves.

 

Photography
Camper







Errata – Mass Lectern

2019. Errata: Books do Clutter a Room exhibition was on view at Mast Books during 2019 New York Design week. Working with the idea of the mistake as part of the process, I participate with my piece Mass Lectern, product of a experimental based approach toward waste materials.

 

Curator
Miguel Leiro

Photography
Geray Mena

 

Graphic Design
OtroBureau
Victor Clemente 


Camper Preseason Campaign AW

2020. Concept creation, set design and production for the Autum Winter preseason story.

 

Photography
Camper




Mass Series

2019. Recycled compressed polystyrene, polyurethane and car paint. A serie composed by four vases as the result of a new upcycling methodology applied to waste material of industrial overproduction.

 

Photography

Kaveh Kiani




SM Shooting – Camper Lab

2021. Set design and production for the interior like scenography.

 

Photography
Camper






Foam it

2017. FOAM-IT is 100% recycled and recyclable seating system made out of polyurethane foam scraps. There is a big necessity to create useful applications for the large amount of scraps produced instead of ending their cycle on landfills. Produced in a recycling factory based in Switzerland, considering the existing resources of the factory to keep the whole life-cycle on site.


 

Photography

Simone Sandahl

 




Still life – CamperLab

2020. Concept creation, set design and production for the change of identity and introduction of the new creative direction.  The crafts and nature of the island are the thread of the story.



 

Photography

Camper


Junctions E15

2016. On the occasion of the Milan International Furniture Fair 2016, E15 invited ECAL designers to  reinterpret the wooden Backenzahn stool, using the same offcut material. Junctions is a coffee table composed by nine oak beams placed vertically, keeping the same construction than the original stool.

 

Photography
Maxime Guyon
Younès Klouche










Hong Kong Basics

2018. “The Hong Kong Basics” is an exhibition displaying a collection of everyday objects from the city. The collection is presented as a portrait of the life experienced by the group of artistic residents of the HKDI. A mix between deep rooted religion traditions, imposed colonial influences and new technologies. A collaborative project together with Tobias Brunner, Juliette Collin, Helene Portier.

 

Photography

Calypso Mahieu.

 

Graphic Design

Juliette Collin




Writing a Wrong – FRAME

I have been commissioned by Frame magazine to take part of “the challenge issue”. The topic: design for a clean planet. After oil, fashion is the second most pollutive industry in the world and its impact isn’t just due to the manufacture and transportation of products, but also to the millions of tonnes of clothes that are dumped worldwide. I envision a new process, a new method of upcycling textiles based on a worldwide network of local artisans trained to use a special machine – the Textilegrapher- combines the technology of a 3D-printing pen with the recycling method of a Protocycler.


  

Photography
FRAME Magazine




Garbo x Vitra

2017. Workbays Village” is and exhibition lead by Erwan Bourullec for the furniture brand Vitra. My contribution was “Garbo”, a flooring system which hides and leads the cables at the workspaces. The carpet is composed by a top felt layer and a bottom rubber grip. The rubber grip leads and keep sort the cables underneath, while keeping the carpet secure on place. The cables are imperceptible while walking on the top. Through the rubber pattern on the top the user can pull out the cable at the desired point.


 

Photography
Younès Klouche

 

Graphic Design
Pierre Benoit

Mass tables

The Swamp of Forever / Chapter 2: Coincidence : Amie Siegel (ft. Sara Regal). As part of the show, I created two complementary tables following my recycling project .


 

Curation
Carlos Fernández Pello

 

Photography

Galería Nogueras Blanchard

Anemone

2015. Anemone is a set of containers made with the fruits usual net structured packaging. Moving the packaging material from one use to a timeless position.









Marcos

2016. In a collaborative workshop in Mexico, between  ECAL and CENTRO designers, production of techniques linked to specific Day of the Dead items were asked to be re-thought. Copal is a natural perfumed resin used as incense, always present at the Mexican’s shrines. Manipulating the copal through the pouring in to different frame’s shapes, for the creation of a quick low-tech jewellery production on site. In collaboration with Christian Holweck & Nancy Trejo.


 

Photography

Benoît Jeannet
Thomas F Aleto




2 Cuerdas

2016. Quick production handmade sandals. Each one is made by a continuous rope, wrapping the foot’s anatomy like in the traditional espadrilles. The industrial material brings a new aesthetic to the craft sandal world alongside a long lasting product due to the strength properties of the rope.







 

Photography

Isabelle Stauffer
Laura Zoccarato