2017 / Client:    Pujol    / Ceramics / Project assistant: Fernanda Leal & Lucas Elizondo    This tableware was designed exclusively for Pujol, a restaurant that belongs to Chef Enrique Olvera. This restaurant was opened seventeen years ago in Mexico City. Since then, it has gained international recognition, such as Best Restaurant in México, according to Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2016 and the 20th place in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2017.  The tableware is composed by twenty pieces, which are enameled in white and black and have rounded edges and soft curves. Some of them have subtle details that were inspired by the ancient pottery from Oaxaca, such as the handles and the curled out edges. Also, each plate has in the center a blob of black diluted enamel and some of the dishes have a black line in the border where you can see the craftsman stroke. This elements were handmade, so they have a unique, imperfect and elegant personality.  Moisés Hernández Studio worked as a creative link between high prestige restaurant as Pujol and a factory of great tradition as Uriarte.

2017 / Client: Pujol / Ceramics / Project assistant: Fernanda Leal & Lucas Elizondo

This tableware was designed exclusively for Pujol, a restaurant that belongs to Chef Enrique Olvera. This restaurant was opened seventeen years ago in Mexico City. Since then, it has gained international recognition, such as Best Restaurant in México, according to Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2016 and the 20th place in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2017.

The tableware is composed by twenty pieces, which are enameled in white and black and have rounded edges and soft curves. Some of them have subtle details that were inspired by the ancient pottery from Oaxaca, such as the handles and the curled out edges. Also, each plate has in the center a blob of black diluted enamel and some of the dishes have a black line in the border where you can see the craftsman stroke. This elements were handmade, so they have a unique, imperfect and elegant personality.

Moisés Hernández Studio worked as a creative link between high prestige restaurant as Pujol and a factory of great tradition as Uriarte.

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  2017 / Client:    Pujol    / Ceramics / Project assistant: Fernanda Leal & Lucas Elizondo    This tableware was designed exclusively for Pujol, a restaurant that belongs to Chef Enrique Olvera. This restaurant was opened seventeen years ago in Mexico City. Since then, it has gained international recognition, such as Best Restaurant in México, according to Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2016 and the 20th place in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2017.  The tableware is composed by twenty pieces, which are enameled in white and black and have rounded edges and soft curves. Some of them have subtle details that were inspired by the ancient pottery from Oaxaca, such as the handles and the curled out edges. Also, each plate has in the center a blob of black diluted enamel and some of the dishes have a black line in the border where you can see the craftsman stroke. This elements were handmade, so they have a unique, imperfect and elegant personality.  Moisés Hernández Studio worked as a creative link between high prestige restaurant as Pujol and a factory of great tradition as Uriarte.
170404-pujol 0 copy copy22.jpg
170404-pujol 8.jpg
DSCF4510.jpg
IMG_4286.jpg
IMG_5402.jpg
170404-pujol-individuales 19 copy.jpg
170404-pujol-individuales 13 copy.jpg
170404-pujol-individuales 5 copy.jpg
170404-pujol-individuales 16 copy.jpg
170404-pujol-individuales 11 copy.jpg
170404-pujol-individuales 24.jpg
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DSC_4895 copy.jpg
DSC_4919 copy.jpg

2017 / Client: Pujol / Ceramics / Project assistant: Fernanda Leal & Lucas Elizondo

This tableware was designed exclusively for Pujol, a restaurant that belongs to Chef Enrique Olvera. This restaurant was opened seventeen years ago in Mexico City. Since then, it has gained international recognition, such as Best Restaurant in México, according to Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2016 and the 20th place in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2017.

The tableware is composed by twenty pieces, which are enameled in white and black and have rounded edges and soft curves. Some of them have subtle details that were inspired by the ancient pottery from Oaxaca, such as the handles and the curled out edges. Also, each plate has in the center a blob of black diluted enamel and some of the dishes have a black line in the border where you can see the craftsman stroke. This elements were handmade, so they have a unique, imperfect and elegant personality.

Moisés Hernández Studio worked as a creative link between high prestige restaurant as Pujol and a factory of great tradition as Uriarte.

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