2018 / Client: Shelf / Marble & steel wire / Project assistant: Mónica Hurtado & Lucas Elizondo    Invited by the Mexican brand Shelf, along with 13 designers and artists, to design urns that reflect each creator´s interpretation of death.  Our proposal seeks a communication between the deceased and the living, a link that connects us to our loved ones. Through the ethereal movement of a steel wire mobile that is light enough to be pushed by the air, the urn breaks staticity with subtle dynamism and holds the remains inside a central marble monolite.

2018 / Client: Shelf / Marble & steel wire / Project assistant: Mónica Hurtado & Lucas Elizondo

Invited by the Mexican brand Shelf, along with 13 designers and artists, to design urns that reflect each creator´s interpretation of death.

Our proposal seeks a communication between the deceased and the living, a link that connects us to our loved ones. Through the ethereal movement of a steel wire mobile that is light enough to be pushed by the air, the urn breaks staticity with subtle dynamism and holds the remains inside a central marble monolite.

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  2018 / Client: Shelf / Marble & steel wire / Project assistant: Mónica Hurtado & Lucas Elizondo    Invited by the Mexican brand Shelf, along with 13 designers and artists, to design urns that reflect each creator´s interpretation of death.  Our proposal seeks a communication between the deceased and the living, a link that connects us to our loved ones. Through the ethereal movement of a steel wire mobile that is light enough to be pushed by the air, the urn breaks staticity with subtle dynamism and holds the remains inside a central marble monolite.
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2018 / Client: Shelf / Marble & steel wire / Project assistant: Mónica Hurtado & Lucas Elizondo

Invited by the Mexican brand Shelf, along with 13 designers and artists, to design urns that reflect each creator´s interpretation of death.

Our proposal seeks a communication between the deceased and the living, a link that connects us to our loved ones. Through the ethereal movement of a steel wire mobile that is light enough to be pushed by the air, the urn breaks staticity with subtle dynamism and holds the remains inside a central marble monolite.

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