SEE: Groundbreaking Spanish Design at the DX
August 13, 2012
Hola design lovers! The Design Exchange (DX) has opened another intriguing exhibit – BRAVOS: Groundbreaking Spanish Design. With an important design history including Gaudí, Dalí, Ricard, Milá, Tusquets, and Mariscal, the 21st century has unveiled a new generation of Spanish designers who are comparable to the Scandinavian, Italian and Dutch designers of decades past. Featuring 21 of the most talented and successful Spanish designers of today, the exhibit was curated by Juli Capella (pointing below) presents a striking product from each talented creative along with a portrait by Rafael Vargas.
Showcased on the DX trading floor atop a glowing pink carpet, BRAVOS includes works from internationally renowned designers Jaime Hayon, Patricia Urquiola, and Martin Azua to young experimentalists Curro Claret and Nacho Carbonell. Designers were selected based on the following factors: age (they have been born in or after 1960), geographical diversity, typological diversity and style and trend diversity.
BRAVOS is here for a limited time - stop by before August 23rd!
BONUS: you’ll also be able to take in 60 Years of Designing the Ballet, Tutu Project and DXuncrated. www.dx.org