Young Mexican designers

Artelinea presented, during Design Week Mexico 2015, new wooden pieces designed by four emerging Mexican designers that remember the 50s’ furniture.

ITZ for Artelinea, table
During this edition of Design Week Mexico 2015 Artelinea presented a collaboration with four Mexican designers who created exclusive pieces for Artelinea.
Perla Castañón designed a bar cabinet, the first piece of a furniture collection where the priority is a functional, day-to-day design, without complications; ITZ Mayan Wood Furniture contributed with the Muna collection, made up of a chair, a table and a console, distinguished by their modern design of soft lines and round edges; Hat Diseño created a series of pieces for their Par collection with clean and simple lines which complement the ensembles that give it movement; and Juskani Alonso, who design alongside Artelinea Cúbica, a collection made up of a bed table and a centre table set inspired in the architecture studio CCúbica and its 25 years of experience.


Artelinea is a design store which wants to elevate the perception of Mexican contemporary design. Its pride lies in presenting unique objects as well as pieces from a diverse group of renowned figures in the world of design, and of emerging talents alike.

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