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Estimated production time: 4 weeks

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Description

The Vitrif light combines barro negro – a special clay from San Bartolo Coyotepec, Oaxaca characterized by its black color – and copper in simple geometric harmony. By combining two distinct craft and industrial materials, Studio davidpoma has designed a contemporary piece that represents the best of old and new. Skilled local families are responsible for crafting each piece to the highest quality.

Open Edition
Full dimensions (cm)

9x9x20

Weight (kg)

0.5

Production Year

2017

Color

Design destination: Mexico City

Additional information

Full dimensions (cm)

9x9x20

Weight (kg)

0.5

Production Year

2017

Color

The designer

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Studio davidpompa
David Pompa Alarcón 1986 born in Austria, Austrian mother & Mexican father, grows up in Mexico and Austria Studio Founded in 2013 with a showroom and production located in Mexico City We are a team of designers, engineers and makers based in Mexico and Austria. David Pompa grew up in both countries and studied product design in London. Studio davidpompa's corporate culture is driven by the love for the work we do. The deep respect for materials and craftsmen drives us as a brand to redefine Mexican craft. The idea to work with Mexican craft started with a trip to Oaxaca in 2009 where David saw artisans work with "Barro Negro" for the first time. He started directly working and experimenting the material which leads to his first collection. Since then, we as a Studio, are committed to Mexican culture and find ourselves on a constant journey to create design objects that are both beautifully crafted and accessible. Challenging the boundaries of culture, product and material is essential when taking a new path to do something truly new. We combine traditional materials and crafts with our passion for perfection.
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Ana Elena Mallet
Ana Elena Mallet is the Adorno curator of design destination Mexico City. vitrif by Studio davidpompa is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Mexico City. As a local and recognized design expert Ana Elena Mallet's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Studio davidpompa is a safe investment in the most important design from Mexico City right now.
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Pilar Obeso
Pilar Obeso is the Adorno curator of design destination Mexico City. vitrif by Studio davidpompa is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Mexico City. As a local and recognized design expert Pilar Obeso's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Studio davidpompa is a safe investment in the most important design from Mexico City right now.

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