Posts tagged as 'Christian Vivanco'

Mon 4.3.

‘Toldo’ table by Christian Vivanco (MX)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.03.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'Toldo' table by Christian Vivanco

‘Toldo’ table by Christian Vivanco

The juxtaposition of temporary fabric roofs in Mexico’s street markets influenced the design of ‘Toldo’, a table by designer Christian Vivanco.



'Kondo' table lamp by Christian Vivanco for Almerich

Presented earlier last month during the Feria Hábitat Valencia, this simple, geometric lamp by the Mexican designer Christian Vivanco ‘is an answer to a basic question: How can a simple and functional object convey one of the most iconic elements in oriental architecture?’ Named after Kondo – ‘the centerpiece of an ancient Buddhist temple’s garan’ (a Japanese abbreviation, literally meaning ‘garden for monks’), this simple, geometric lamp is constructed from two laser-cut metal sheets and is available in two sizes; ‘Kondo XL’ and a smaller ‘Kondo S’. (more…)

Wed 8.6.

‘Beam’ table lamp by Christian Vivanco (MX)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 08.06.2011 - Tagged as: , ,

'Beam' table lamp by Christian Vivanco

The young Mexican industrial designer Christian Vivanco has created this ‘tiny’ pine-and-plastic (thermoformed mma) table lamp. The compact geometric design accentuates the contrasting qualities of the two materials and stems from Vivanco’s interest in ‘the possible relationship between a visibly heavy object and something ephemeral and inert as light’. (more…)