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We believe Architecture, Art and Design should always be together. Here you can find the finnest artists and their works.

Your project deserves identity and uniqueness.

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MANTZALIN is all about creating custom handmade works (functional screens, wall decorations, objects, you name it...) based on the bobbin lace techniques that Manca intersects with contemporary design. Being true to the traditional fabrication method of bobbin lace, she works with unconventional materials used in lieu of the thin thread – for various scales different materials are used from metal wire and cable to thick rope.

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Vanessa Barragao is an all-ecological textile artist based in Portugal who after graduating from the Master Program at the Lisbon University in Fashion and Textile Design came to open her own design studio in 2014. Her inspirations of the ocean are depicted in many of her art works, which is deeply connected with her growing up and living in the seaside in the south of Portugal. The design studio is best known for their work with artisanal techniques and for using recycled materials such as wasted yarns from the industry to create organic textiles and products for interiors.

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ADD FUEL is Portuguese visual artist Diogo Machado (b. 1980).
With a degree in Graphic Design from Lisbon's IADE – Creative University, he spent a few years working in design studios in Portugal, followed by an eight-month stint in Munich, Germany. Since 2007, he has been focusing exclusively on his artistic work.
Starting out under the full name Add Fuel to the Fire, he first created a dark yet exuberant visual universe populated by a cast of slimy, eccentric and joyful creatures, influenced by a variety of interests ranging from video games to comics, animation, sci-fi, designer toys, and urban visual culture.
In 2008, fascinated with the aesthetic possibilities of symmetrical patterning and tessellations, he shortened his moniker to Add Fuel and began redirecting his focus towards working with and reinterpreting the language of traditional tile design, and that of the Portuguese tin-glazed ceramic azulejo in particular. Effortlessly blending these two seemingly-irreconcilable visual idioms, his current practice seeks to combine traditional decorative elements with contemporary visual referents into new forms that reveal an impressive complexity and a masterful attention to detail. If, on the face of it, his work in small and medium sized tile panels, large-scale stencil and freehand painted murals, and print editions might seem simply a pastiche of classic formalism, a closer inspection rewards the viewer with a chaotic world of unequivocally original motifs and characters brimming with deep emotions.
Creating balance and harmony from symmetrical repetitions, a build-up of layers and techniques of visual illusion such as trompe-l'œil, his multi-layered patterned compositions produce a poetic rhythm that plays with the viewer's perception and the (multiple) possibilities of interpretation.
Exploring a wide range of both manual and digital techniques in the fields of drawing, painting, ceramics, and printing, his practice expresses a sophisticated dialogue between the old and the new, between heritage and modernity.
Besides the numerous public art interventions he has been creating in various countries, he has also been showcasing his work in solo and group exhibitions in reputed galleries and museums.
Diogo Machado lives and works in Cascais, Portugal.

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David Pablo Garcia is a Catalan Interior Design with long time experience in recognized projects, such as several Mango retails shops and Casino Costa Brava at Lloret del Mar in Spain.

Before opening is own Studio, he was the team leader of Interior Design for Mango and after the Director of interior Design at b720 Architects.

Alongside with practice he also teaches and coordinate different project and drawing subjects at Elisava (Escola Superior de Disseny I Engineyeria de Barcelona). Recently was invited as director and coordinator for the Interior Design Department at ESDI.

At the beginning of 2010, he founded his own studio of Interior Design and Architecture, and since then have done several projects for retail, offices, restaurants and residential.

His work is driven by creativity, flexibility, experience and proximity with teams and clients.

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