Stefania Aspe @ Design House - Photo by Design Week Mexico.

Stefania Aspe @ Design House – Photo by Design Week Mexico.

Mexico 2018 – The best of Design Week Mexico 2018 in on Archipanic! This year the annual event turned 10 while Mexico City was appointed Design Capital of the World. Check what we liked the most, including the 2 main trends emerging from the Mexican capital!


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META lighting design by David Pompa design studio - Photo courtesy of David Pompa

META lighting design by David Pompa design studio – All photos: courtesy of David Pompa.

Black is the new black! A growing feel for a more somber and darker vibe stood out in one of the most colorful countries of the world. Discover David Pompa’s volcanic rock lighting design recalling the darkest shades of petrified lava and Esrawe Studio’s stained black reconfigurable furniture.

Cartela. INTERVALO collection by Esrawe - Photo by Esrawe.

Cartela. INTERVALO collection by Esrawe – All photos by Esrawe.

The Design House exhibition invited some of the country’s most cutting-edge studios to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor, natural and urban. Mexico City’s vibrant creative scene explored a more intimate and human-based interior design.

Broissin @ Design House - Photo by Design Week Mexico.

Broissin @ Design House – Photo by Design Week Mexico.

Discover also some of the most intriguing emerging talents on show at the INÉDITO exhibition at Museo Tamayo. The hope and vulnerability in the wake of the earthquake, Mexican women’s charisma and millennial’s lifestyle but also planets and satellites’ movements and reflections inspires some of the most intriguing designers on show.

7 Mexican studios @ INEDITO exhibition at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City - Courtesy of Design Week Mexico

7 Mexican studios @ INÉDITO exhibition at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City – All pictures: courtesy of Design Week Mexico

All Images: courtesy of the studios or Design Week Mexico 2018


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Arq. Alejandro Martínez Jaime @ INÉDITO - Courtesy of Design Week Mexico DEF

Arq. Alejandro Martínez Jaime @ INÉDITO – Courtesy of Design Week Mexico 2018.