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march

2017

ELLE Decor *USA

LUZ (14.07.15) by  NOMADE ATELIER in the section `WHAT'S HOT. Dispatches from the world of Design´, March 2017

 HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Merci  2016

T Magazine Review 

BY MONICA KHEMSUROV

design + interiors   

 

 

"When it comes to objects for the home, it’s easy to associate Mexico with its rich tradition of local handicrafts: the boldly colored blankets, the lace, the ceramics, the embroidery.

 

And at the eighth annual Design Week Mexico, which took place this month in the country’s capital, a steadily growing crop of young up-and-coming Mexican studios elevated the same traditional techniques and local materials for a more global scene.

Here are six to watch."

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october

2016

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DWM Review by

WANTED DESIGN   

 

 

"WantedDesign was also part of the Jury to recognize the best design studios that took part in Territorio Creativo Inedito, a superb exhibit presented at the Tamayo Museum.

Inedito presented projects specifically created for the exhibit by more than 40 studios coming from all parts of Mexico.

 

It gave us a chance to see numerous design studios that we have followed since we first visited 4 years ago. All of them brought high-level projects in term of concept, design, production and social impact.


Here are the ones that particularly caught our eye and piqued our interest."

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PRESENTED COLLECTION 12.16

AT 

Inédito seeks to promote and exhibit emerging talents in contemporary design. For its first edition in 2015, it featured more than 40 designers showcasing original pieces of contemporary Mexican design. 

october 5_9 

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july

2016

Hello New York! 

Nomade Atelier around

GUÉRIDON   

 

 

 

If you are around New York and want to see or buy our work, please visit Guéridon, they are super nice and will be happy to show you our COLECCIÓN 12.15

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GUÉRIDON - SERGE MOUILLE

Gueridon, LLC.
86 34th Street, Suite D602
Brooklyn, New York 11232
Tel 718.384.2499 Fax 718.384.4399

 

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PUBLICATION

glocal

design magazine

Nº 33

[MEXICAN PAVILION

WANTED DESIGN]

 

MEXICO / JULY.2016

por pamela ruiz

EN LA FOTO:

LUZ14.07.15

DE LA COLECCIÓN12.15

june

2016

REFORMA

ENTREMUROS

architecture and design

[MEXICAN TALENT exhibited in New York]

 

MEXICO / JUNE.2016

by ANDREA MARTÍNEZ DE LA VEGA

 

NOMADE ATELIER : SOLID MEXICAN ART

by Rhazes Pacheco Escalona

Diana Quintero and Ismael Bachri's atelier, presented the COLLECTION12.15 a crafted conceptual line betting on elegance and functionality in each of its parts.

After inheriting a carpentry workshop in 2012, the Mexican conceptual artist Diana Quintero Vallejo and the Franco-Moroccan architect Ismael Bachri teamed up to give continuity to the space, establishing a workshop project which combined the best of their tools and individual knowledge . So, shortly after Atelier Nomade was to be born.

 

For Nomade Atelier each project translates into an experimental challenge in which collaboration with workshops of smaller proportions is fundamental for the development of production of Mexican artform, which is one of the main objectives for Diana and Ismael. 

Precisely under further raise the standards of quality of work done in Mexico, Nomade Atelier recently presented the Collection 12.15, its first conceptual line in which the use of materials such as stone, brass, leather and wood tzalam results in exquisite pieces that represent the cultural synthesis of its developers.

It is no accident they have excelled at New Yorker Wanted Design fair, because from the lighting system [crane] to the desktop {casa.blanca}, each piece -of impeccable finishes, for others- is itself a genuine work of art . In LUSTER Magazine there's no doubt that the great work of Diana and Ismael will continue to bear fruit in Latin America and the world, which is why we recommend not to lose sight for a second.

 may

 2016

MEXICAN PAVILION

 

The Mexican Pavilion at WantedDesign Manhattan, presents a unique selection of Mexican design studios.

Drawing from their rich culture and tradition, these designers and manufacturers embody the future of contemporary Mexican design and offer visitors a glimpse into the innovative world of craftsmanship to be discovered in Mexico.

The Pavilion is presented by the Mexican trade office ProMexico, promoting and facilitating business exchanges and development of Mexican companies in the U.S.
 

- See more at: WANTED DESIGN NYC

april 2016

FOLIO.

Design Culture

[LA TEMPESTAD]

 

MEXICO / april.2016

by ANA LEÓN

NOMADE ATELIER

 

The work done in this design workshop located in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, is defined by the nomadic experience of its members, a sensitivity according to our turbulent times.

 

Nomade Atelier is not only the name of design projects, it is also a story, about the Franco-Moroccan architect Ismael Bachri (Paris, 1984) and Mexican visual artist Diana Quintero Vallejo (Mexico City, 1982), who met one night 2010 in the Mexican capital.

She did not speak French or Spanish, but they found a way to communicate. After deciding to start a long distance relationship, both experienced the demands and needs of a life in transit in Mexico and continuous trips to France and vice versa; Suddenly this experience germinated as common practice around the design.

That constant coming and going demanded find new forms of communication. In 2012, when Bachri changed his residence to Mexico City permanently, Quintero inherited a woodshop with tools, machinery and materials: a new creative vein opened to the couple, who moved dynamics and personal philosophy to professional life.

 

The workshop began without defined goals in a spirit focused on experimentation: build objects and furniture of all kinds for any purpose. This leeway allowed from the start, integrate their work the same on design basic objects like a chair, a lamp or a bed that art installations such as that made for the artist Leslie Garcia for Proyecta Festival (International Design Platform and Digital Arts) in 2013, in Oaxaca: Pulsum Plantae. The installation served to support this project, which analyzes empirically the mechanisms that plants use to communicate.

Let's go back to the name Nomade Atelier: synthesizes the design idea of the couple; as our way of life, disciplines mutate, and these changes are sighted, according to Nestor Garcia Canclini, in the emergence of concepts that displace other or require reformulate.


The design adds some: nomadism and hybridization. Nomad is that who permanently moves because of the demands of contemporary life or lack of access to their own home. One who is also displaced due to political conflicts and violence. We live in the intermittence, the gallop of neoliberalism and the demands of working life lead us through different areas and cities.

We adapt as individuals but also adapt our environment and at the same time, assume the rapid change as part of our way of life, our identity. The continuous movement requires lightness and practicality. The mutation of the practices of everyday life results in hybridization, the combination of separate socio-cultural processes that, when mixed, generate new structures, objects and practices, paraphrasing Garcia Canclini in Hybrid Cultures (1989). The social dynamic demand spaces and objects that fit this new (or not so new) type of life.

 

Nomade Atelier tries to answer these demands through experimentation with materials and concepts. It generates therefore geared to the needs of its customers, ranging from private and commercial projects to museums, stage and artistic installations unique responses.

 

From its offices in Quintana Roo Street in Colonia Roma, the team of architects, artisans and visual artists that make up the study design objects that pose multiple solutions to defined spaces.

With a sharp nod to the essence of the Bauhaus, the team appreciates the craftsmanship. While its practice favors traditional modes of production, they dont  look for this to become the brand identity. However, these processes -they use only natural materials found in the country or recycled- are printed in the presence of the object.

Far from growing accustomed with the "local" or "artisanal" Quintero and Bachri introduce these forms of work with the intention of creating advanced objects and furniture -a certain debt with Scandinavian design- capable of creating comfortable, adaptable and illuminated atmospheres, as they considered it must be a housing space.

 

It is not only the functionality but the ability to offer beautiful design, adaptable, living spaces, even when it comes to transit points. The simplicity and flexibility of the pieces should not be separated from their ability to dialogue with the user.

 

In the continuous coming and going of life today, we return to that trait that characterized primitive societies -the nomadism, the continued transit- but we do it with tools (human and material) that allow us to reappropriate spaces that we are continually coming to. F.

march

 2016

PRESENTS THE  COLLECTION 12.15 at:

Happy to be part of CARAVANA AMERICANA by Lago: march 11-13  

 

 

 

Caravana showcases the best in contemporary design from across Latin America. The event brings together the most original and talented designers and innovators from the fields of fashion, furniture, lifestyle accessories and traditional handcrafts.

 

Our business-building platform happens in Mexico City, a vibrant city that is swiftly becoming a renowned hub for emerging Latin American design. We want to connect this creative industry with cultivated international buyers looking for fresh projects.

 

CARAVANA AMERICANA
march 11-13, 2016

 

ESTACIÓN INDIANILLA:

Dr. Claudio Bernard 111, Cuauhtémoc, Doctores, 060720 CDMX.

 

https://caravanaamericana.com/

February 2016

Happy to be part of ÁNGULO CERO at ZonaMaco: México Arte Contemporáneo 2016 

 

 

"Each year ZsONA MACO, Latin America’s most important contemporary art fair, brings collectors, specialists and galleries from every part of the world together in Mexico City.

 

Founded by Zélika García in 2002, ZsONA MACO has established itself as one of the most notable platforms for selling, displaying, and promoting international contemporary art in the region.

 

Annually, the fair offers proposals from more than a hundred galleries, editorials, and cultural institutions through five sections: General, New Proposals,ZsONA MACO Sur, Modern Art, and Design. These proposals are solicited through a selection process led by an international committee, which is composed of renowned gallerists and specialized curators in each section."

 

ZsONA MACO 2016
3-7 Febrero

CENTRO BANAMEX. SALA D.
AV. CONSCRIPTO #311 COL. LOMAS DE SOTELO, MÉXICO D.F.

 

http://zsonamaco.com/

PRESENTS NEW WORK FOR 

Ángulo Cero´s mission it is to position the Latin American art design and internationally showing that they are high quality, and experienced with formal languages, materials and production methods. As launch pad, Ángulo Cero cultivate new talent and educates the market by opening a window into the Latin American creative industries.

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 HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Merci  2015

PUBLICATION

ELLE [decoration]

 

MEXICO / WINTER 2015

 UNPRECEDENTED CREATIVITY

 

This exhibition space on the esplanade of the Tamayo Museum brought together the work of Adhoc, Ángulo Cero, Cecilia León de la Barra, Cuchara Diseño, Estudio David Pompa, Déjate Querer, Juskani Alonso, Lunch Studio, La Metropolitana, Lagos del Mundo, Mob, NOMADE ATELIER, Onora Casa, Rodrigo Noriega, Studio Roca, Taller R y Txt.ure, among others. It resulted in an abundant supply of young talent.

 

In our view, the most valuable was the fresh variety and expertise in material handling. Carved and engraved wood, ceramics hand painted with original patterns, blown glass in rich intense colors, lush textiles, tule and copper weave, original lighting, brass + leather (NOMADE ATELIER), crochet and clay, all showed a new face on proposals for Design Made in Mexico.

 

ELLE DECORATION, page 50

In the photography: LUZ (14.07.15) de la Collection 12.15 de NOMADE ATELIER

october 2015

WE ARE HAPPY TO SHARE OUR PARTICIPATION IN

Territorio Creativo: Inédito 

 

 

 

 

"Territorio Creativo is an initiative by Design Week Mexico that seeks to promote and exhibit contemporary Mexican design. Since 2014, TC has supported Mexican designers to exhibit at design fairs around the world, such as Wanted Design in New York and Maison & Objet in Paris.

 

For the first time in Mexico, Territorio Creativo will present a collection of never before seen pieces by 40 Mexican designers, compiling their ideas of design characterized by its origins. TC will present a collection of work that studies and promotes contemporary Mexican design’s paradigms and commitment to creativity and production. We seek to have a presence that includes works that present themselves in a surprising kaleidoscope of design committed to high quality products."

 

http://www.designweekmexico.com/esp-agenda.html

  

PRESENTED ITS FIRST  COLLECTION AT 

Territorio Creativo is an initiative by Design Week Mexico that seeks to promote and exhibit contemporary Mexican design. 

october 21 - 26 

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PUBLICATION

 Folio[#0018]

 

 Por Jesús Cruzvillegas

Nomade Atelier It is a new design workshop, consisting of young people from different backgrounds. A Frenchman, a Venezuelan and a Mexican who consider nomads: "The three we have left home early to go to other countries to work, study, live, to build new homes. We really like the concept of nomadic households, rised and adapted to the place, terrain and climate. "

 

Diana Quintero, graduated from the Esmeralda, tells the story of NOMADE ATELIER: "A year ago my father died and I inherited all his carpentry workshop, he made joinery. I thought it had to be used and put to work and finally the idea of an open workshop arose. We agreed that the most important thing was to do interesting projects, which meant a challenge in ideas, materials and budgets. "

 

Recently they presented the PV Closet made with pine and pipe material. The base is a wooden chest, holding armed tubes staggered in such a way that can accommodate a small wooden boxes like a game of Tetris. It is a model kit and accessories variables. The objectives of the piece are clear: resistant materials, lightness and simplicity. Shelves can be added, more boxes and tubes according to customer needs.

 

Another unique approach of the workshop is JAQ / EQV table, which brings me immediately to a vignette of The Adventures of Asterix, where improvised a table with three swords and a shield, to eat lunch in the forest.

They are about to finish the production of a work table recliner, made with bronze pipes and other plumbing materials. Also a wooden chair, much like the thrones Klingon Star Trek.

 

We must be aware of the future plans of this young design house, which seeks to "always experiment with all kinds of materials and projects being completed concepts of different kinds with all sorts of targets, whether housing, offices, shops or good for personal, artistic or museum projects".

 

For example, the artist Leslie Garcia invited them to Oaxaca to create a small laboratory for her latest work Pulsum plantae, with the challenge of keeping materials as simple as possible  so it is something very accessible; with an instruction to make and assemble at home.

 

 

http://foliodigital.net/nomade-atelier-2