La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta
La Siesta

La Siesta

Precio habitual 70 € Oferta TAX included

Colour Gris Claro

Product Details

  • Medidas: Ø10 x 35 cm (diameter x height)
  • Materiales: The vessel is handmade in the traditional Spanish way. Thermo-lacquered finish. 1,2 liters capacity. *Because they are made entirely by hand, all these items are unique.

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Plazo entrega: 3-4 days 20-25 dias
Alberto Martínez, Raky Martínez y Héctor Serrano

Alberto Martínez, Héctor Serrano y Raky Martínez

The La Siesta pitcher was developed as a collaborative project involving Alberto Martínez, Raky Martínez and Héctor Serrano in the late 1990s, when the three of them were studying for their Master's Degree in Product Design at London's Royal College of Art.


Alberto Martínez set up CuldeSac in 2002 with Pepe García. This creative and strategy consultancy agency is based in Valencia. Nowadays, Alberto Martínez heads the department of projects related to architecture and spatial design, CuldeSac Venture, focused on exploring new ideas about spaces that provide a different, creative and innovative experience, in ephemeral and non-ephemeral settings alike. CuldeSac also undertakes graphic and interior design projects for shops and sales outlets, as well as for experience-based actions and events for brand promotions.

Of the three, Raky Martínez has the most artistic profile, as he is an independent multifaceted creative professional who has tackled a wide range of disciplines, from interior design to furniture design, from fashion to illustration and ephemeral architecture. At present, he works on design and music projects under the nickname of Rakkafukka.

Héctor Serrano trained in Industrial Design in Valencia and after specialising in Product Design at the Royal College of Art in London, he set up his own studio there in 2000, which quickly became very famous for the innovative approach with which Héctor gives a new twist to everyday products. During the years he spent in London he began working with GANDIABLASCO, a relationship that has become closer since he moved back to Valencia. He also designs ephemeral spaces and facilities as part of the Borealis parallel project, which allows him to explore other concepts and different languages outside product design, such as interactivity.