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The “No-Methodology” of Miguel Herranz

November 2, 2012 4:16 pm Published by

Miguel Herranz

Uno de los invitados especiales de la Tokyo Designers Week que se celebra por estos días en la capital nipona es el diseñador valenciano Miguel Herranz, quien ha creado algunas de las lámparas más bellas del catálogo de LZF, a lo largo de una relación creativa que se remonta a 1996.

«Coincidí en una feria con Sandro y Mariví. En aquel momento ya conocía a LZF que tenía un año de vida y me gustaba muchísimo lo que hacían. Les enseñé unas propuestas para realizar en chapa de madera, de donde salieron la lámpara Kayak, y posteriormente el modelo Sidney».

A partir de ahí, los proyectos de Miguel con LZF fueron un éxito que se ha visto plasmado en diseños de mucha riqueza visual, versátiles y bellos, como en la lámpara Mini Mikado, que ha recibido los premios Good Design en Chicago 2008 y Design Plus, en Frankfurt 2006.

Mini Mikado

«Para mí trabajar con LZF ha sido un placer en todos los sentidos. He disfrutado de una libertad creativa que me ha permitido experimentar profundamente. El objetivo ha sido siempre realizar productos interesantes y nunca siguiendo una tendencia determinada. LZF ha apoyado toda esa experimentación y ha creído firmemente en ella.»

La creatividad que Miguel ha lucido con otros diseños como las lámparas, no es casualidad, sino fruto de un proceso de trabajo desarrollado por él mismo: la “No-Metodología”. Ha sido invitado a Tokio para explicar en una conferencia lo que significa:

«Se trata un proceso anárquico-analítico que permite crear herramientas conceptuales para obtener soluciones reales, partiendo de la observación de los tres núcleos implicados en todo proyecto: la cultura, la empresa y la sociedad.»

Con esta metodología ha creado modelos para LZF como Ánfora, Cáctus, Orbit, Sioux o Margarita:

«lámparas muy esculturales, singulares, complejas y de gran riqueza visual, pero pensadas para que respondan a un orden reglado y matemático, con lo cual la simplicidad de producción es evidente».

Actualmente Miguel se encuentra trabajando en nuevos diseños que, en un futuro, se convertirán otras maravillosas lámparas de madera tocadas por la luz de LZF.

Anfora Lamp

The Valencian designer Miguel Herranz, whose collaborative relationship with LZF stretches back to 1996, and who has designed some of the most beautiful lamps in the company’s catalogue, is one of the special guests at the Tokyo Designers Week, which is presently being held in the Japanese capital.

«I met Sandro and Mariví at a trade fair. I already knew LZF then. They had just set up shop a year earlier and I really liked what they were doing. I showed them a few projects using wood veneer and these later evolved into the Kayak and the Sydney models”.

From thereon, the collaboration between Miguel and LZF has led to many successful designs, distinguished by their visual richness, versatility and beauty, such as the Mini Mikado lamp, which was awarded with the Good Design prize in Chicago (2008) and the Design Plus prize in Frankfurt (2006).

«Working with LZF has been a pleasure in every sense of the word. The creative freedom I have enjoyed has allowed me to experiment further. The aim has always been to create interesting products without having to follow a particular trend. LZF has always firmly believed in this process and provided me with the support I needed.»

The creativity Miguel has shown in designing objects such as lamps is the result of a work process he developed himself: the “No-Methodology”. He has been invited to Tokyo to speak about it in a conference:

«It is an anarchical-analytical process which allows one to create conceptual tools to achieve real solutions, by observing the three focal points involved in every project: culture, industry and society.»

Using this methodology, Miguel has created various lamp models for LZF, such as the Anfora, Cactus, Orbit, Sioux or the Margarita lamp.

«These uniquely sculptural, complex and spectacular lamps have been designed to respond to a formal and mathematical order, as a means to achieve a simplified production process».

At present, Miguel is working on new designs to create other wonderful lamps touched by the LZF light.

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