Inspired by Xochiquetzal, the Aztec goddess associated with fertility, beauty, and love, serving as a protector of young mothers and a patroness of pregnancy and childbirth—
Solid wooden credenza inspired by the shape of a lying jaguar, representation of the Xochiquetzal’s throne at the Codex Borbonicus.
The body rests on 4 legs finished with carved wooden spheres representing the four cardinal points. 64 hemispheres are symmetrically distributed on the surface of the credenza’s soft-close doors.
Made of solid oak wood handcrafted in México in 2022
Andrés Gutiérrez founded A-G Studio, a residential and commercial interior design firm in 2012, from where he has participated in the integral design of projects such as hotels, bars, restaurants, and other commercial spaces, always with a deep interest in the exchange of information and feelings between the user and space.
Dimensions: D50 x W186 x H74 cm
Materials: Solid white oak wood
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