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Air High Stool

Precio habitual 170 € Oferta TAX included

Colour Blanco

Detalles del producto

  • Medidas: 30x40x77 cm (length x width x height)
  • Materiales: Made of rotomoulded 100% recyclable polyethylene.

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Plazo entrega: 3-4 dias 20-30 dias
Héctor Serrano

Héctor Serrano

“With each product we design in the studio we question everything, we don't always design in the same way. I like projects to play with two apparently contradictory concepts: innovation and familiarity. The former brings the unexpected and the novel to the project, whereas the latter plays with the memory we have of objects and their surroundings. For me, a good design is one that says a lot with very little and that connects with the person. It seduces you without trying”.

Héctor Serrano trained in Industrial Design in Valencia before moving to London to specialise in Product Design at the Royal College of Art. He set up his studio there in 2000, quickly becoming famous for the innovative approach that Héctor uses to give a new twist to everyday products. He caught the eye of the well-known Dutch collective Droog Design, which marketed his first design, the Superpatata latex lamp.

During the years he spent in London he began working with GANDIABLASCO, in fact the Air stool, now part of the Diabla collection, was the first design in what would, over time, turn out to be a long-lasting relationship, made even closer nowadays due to his recent move back to Valencia.

Apart from product design, Héctor Serrano also designs ephemeral spaces and facilities for parallel project Borealis, allowing him to explore other languages and concepts such as the one developed for the Coachella music and arts festival in California. This project involved a silent disco inside a dome made from close to 1000 plastic balls fitted with LED lights that played a range of light and colour patterns while people danced wearing headphones. Through Borealis he also holds exhibitions and designs of facilities for events.

His clients include top firms such as Muji, Seletti, Lexon, Lékué, FontanaArte and Roca and his designs have been exhibited in leading museums including the V&A in London and the Cooper Hewitt in New York.