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Telegram Interview 09: Miguel Herranz

July 22, 2013 7:20 pm Published by

LZF TELEGRAM MIGUEL HERRANZ

 

After a pause for some months, we’re back with our Telegram Interview. This time, we’d like to welcome Miguel Herranz, an very talented designer that has collaborated in many of our projects, including the Orbit, Mikado, Anfora, Margarita, Hola, Sioux and Cactus lamps.

Miguel gives each project his own personality and style, keeping all of them together under an umbrella concept that tries to reach a natural and calmed chaos, we use to know like entropy. In his own words: “I currently design under a work ethic which I have dubbed “regulated chaos”. This so called “regulated chaos” is a plastic and creative tool that I use to develop my most singular projects or those whose formal richness contrasts with its constructive simplicity. The aim is to find the object’s own identity, dissociated from the iconography that surrounds the object itself, to achieve a sculptural volume with a great visual impact.”

Tras una pausa por algunos meses, estamos de vuelta con nuestras Entrevistas Telegrama. En esta ocasión, queremos darle la bienvenida a Miguel Herranz, un muy talentoso diseñador que ha colaborado en muchos de nuestros proyectos incluyendo las lámparas Orbit, Mikado, Ánfora, Margarita, Hola, Sioux y Cactus.

A Miguel le da a cada proyecto su propio estilo y personalidad, pero manteniéndolos todos dentro de un concepto sombrilla con el que intenta lograr un caos natural y en calma, el cual solemos conocer como entropía. En sus propias palabras “Yo diseño actualmente dentro de una ética de trabajo el cual he llamado “Caos controlado”. Este “Caos controlado” es una herramienta estética y creativa que uso para desarrollar mis proyectos más particulares o aquellos en los que la riqueza formal contrasta con la simplicidad constructiva. El objetivo es encontrar la identidad de cada objeto disociado de la iconografía que rodea el producto por sí mismo, buscando alcanzar un volumen escultural con un gran impacto visual.”

 

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