by Oscar Hagerman



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This chair by Oscar Hagerman has been designed, like most of his work, with great attention to ergonomics and user comfort; this was achieved using a seat and back support template that he’s been developing for years. He has also taken consideration for the skills of local artisans, choosing tule weaving because of the large number of craftspeople in México who have made a living through this medium for generations.


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Weight 11 kg
Dimensions 80 × 80 × 90 cm

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About the designer

Was born in Spain 1936, from a Swedish father and a Spanish mother, came to Mexico with his family in 1952. He obtained the degree of Architecture at Mexico’s National University in 1961. His professional life has two stages. The first one, which includes urban projects of houses and schools, office planning and furniture for industrial and craftsmen cooperative  production. The second stage takes place the last 25 years, during which he has worked in rural indigenous  projects, with the people, not for the people, in  housing improvement, schools that rescue the vernacular materials, ecological techniques for sustainable planing and  supporting cooperatives and different organizations with furniture design and other products all over Mexico. In 1974 he received the national price from the Mexican Institute of foreign commerce for exportation and in 2006 he was given The Quorum Price for professional Merit, and Gallo Price that is given  by the Iberoamericana University to professors that make the difference. Universidad Iberoamericana gave him an  Honoris Causa Doctorate ( PHD)  in México City  and in Puebla. During 4 decades he has been, and still is,  a teacher in Architecture and Design, at several Universities,  Iberoamericana University, Mexico´s National University, San Luis Potosi University, Marista University in Yucatan, and for more than 15 years he has taught Self construction at the Center for Rural Studies in the North Hills of Puebla a College for indigenous and peasant students. He made a 5  years research with photographer Mariana Yampolsky on indigenous habitat, that ended in a big exhibit at the National Anthropological Museum in Mexico City,  and has travelled to many countries around the world. His work has been exposed in Museums and Universities, but also in small towns where the production has come from. He lives in Mexico City but still travels around Mexico and Latin America. He is father of 5 children and grand father of 8.

Curated by

New Solid is a vision to feel and live with art. It is the first show of Casa Nueva, a livable gallery space and apartment hotel initiated by designers River Valadez and Sebastián Arroyo Hoebens, built on the idea that art can be inhabited. We invite visitors to participate in the dialogue among transdisciplinary works from the contemporary art and design scene. It concerns functional art designed and conceived by artists from two magnificent cities, Mexico City and New York, in a correlation founded in geometry, technology, and crafts. The artworks, bliss for the contemplative eye and a joy to use, will invite the beholder to examine the floating and multidimensional character of concepts such as mass, volume, or weight. The location, equipped as a functional living space, can be found in the historical center of Mexico City. The event will be part of the Design Week Mexico festivities in partnership with Adorno, acting as the international design and logistics platform, as well as Ángulo Cero, an Art Gallery with astonishing designs located in Mexico City, and with the support of Yunuen Sariego, promoter and curator of contemporary art based in Mexico City.