Ariel Rojo Design Studio

Lámparas Olinalá

Olinalá Collection

We were invited by the Museo de Arte Popular (Popular Arts Museum) to take part on the third edition of their bi-annual convention, which combines arts and crafts concepts in order to encourage communication between both trades. On this occasion, we collaborated with Obdulia Almazán, craftswoman, on the production of a collection: lamps made out of guaje pumpkin shells, painted by hand using silver pigments, in order to make a fully functioning electric circuit.

We design to:
Inspire
Categories
product
Related categories
lighting
Tags
olinalá
museo de arte popular
artisanal works
Collaborators
Andrea Román
Obdulia Almazán
Year
2013