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Lanza Atelier

Dinner at 8

$24,000.00

Description/

Dinning table set made out of carbon steel table with color powder coating detail on the back of the chair seats.


Lanza Atelier

designer

"The architecture studio LANZA Atelier was founded in 2015 by Isabel Abascal and Alessandro Arienzo and is based in Mexico City and Madrid.
In their architectural projects there is a prevalence in the use of local, industrial, or artisanal, materials and construction techniques, looking to give users a spirit of presence and identification with the place.
In 2019, LANZA Atelier started experimenting with ideas on a smaller scale. Furniture projects approached as architectural projects. These pieces test spatial themes, apply simple geometry, and are built with basic materials. The purpose of LANZA furniture is to establish close links with the space with which it lives and the people with whom handles it. The leitmotiv of the practice of Isabel and Alessandro is to find and contribute to the beauty of the world.

LANZA has participated of the 12 São Paulo Architecture Bienal in 2019, has been nominated for the Debut Award of the Lisbon Triennale 2019, the 2016 Ibero-American Architecture Biennial Award and the Mies Crown Hall Award for Emerging Architects, IIT Chicago 2016. The studio is one of the winners of the Architectural League Prize of 2017 and was the first architecture studio to develope a Casa de México in Spain façade project. LANZA Atelier has been lecturers at TEC of Monterrey (Monterrey, 2018), at the CONSTRUCTING (engaged) PRACTICE symposium at GSAPP-Columbia University (NY, 2019), and at the University of Houston TX-MX series (Houston, 2019). In 2021, LANZA has also been nominated to the Brick Award for their project Forest House and to the Dezeen Exhibition Design Award for their project Re-Source at Storefront for Art and Architecture. LANZA’s first solo show took place at SFMOMA from March until July 29, 2018.

Isabel Martínez Abascal graduated as an architect from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. She studied at the Technische Universität in Berlin and at the Vastu Shilpa Foundation in Ahmedabad (India). She collaborated with the studios SANAA (Tokyo), Aranguren and Gallegos (Madrid), Anupama Kundoo (Berlin) and Pedro Mendes da Rocha (Sao Paulo).

Alessandro Arienzo is an architect who graduated with honors from the Universidad Iberoamericana. He collaborated with Taller de Arquitectura Rocha + Carrillo, Taller Tornel and Frida Escobedo, with whom he developed the conceptual project for the Mexico Pavilion at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London Design Festival 2015, the renovation of the Fondo de Cultura Octavio Paz bookshop 2013 and the Public Stage Pavilion for the Lisbon Triennial, 2013. Eager to explore the different possibilities of architecture, he develops research and publishing projects. He was a recipient of the FONCA Young Creators Grant Program during 2017."

  • Date/

    2022

  • Color/

    Silver

  • Edition/

    Unique

  • Exclusive/

    Yes

  • Material/

    Steel

  • Dimension/

    120.0 x 75.0 x 240.0 cm (47.2 x 29.5 x 94.5 in)

  • Heritage/

    Mexico

  • Ships from/

    Mexico

  • Made to order/

    Yes


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