Designer. Journeyed through various creative processes before establishing her independent practice. Her projects stir in the intersection between product, fashion and textile design. Has collaborated with companies that include Mobles114, Santa&Cole, Moooi, Paloma Wool or Nomad Coffee.
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↑ Diplomática y Bretona, edited by Santa&Cole, 2022
New textile ribbons for the already existing Trípode lamp collection. The project emphasizes the materiality that defines the lamp. A line, thick or thin, delimits the perimeter of the ribbon. Images by Jara Varela and Ronan Le Vacon, art direction by Clara Quintana.
↓ FAD Cup 2021
Every year since 1917, FAD (Fostering Arts and Design) asks a creative to design a cup to cheer for the new year to come. Images by Enric Badrinas.
↓ UP side table for Good Goods Gallery 2021
The gesture between vertical and horizontal plan makes the legs appear floating from the ground. Images by Enric Badrinas & Marina Denisova.
↓ The table knife project, for Florentine Kitchen Knives 2020
The project revolves around gestures and the relationship between the knife and the hand. It results in the appearance of the "button": a flat and round surface to place the index finger. Images by Enric Badrinas.
↓ 45 Table for Nomad Coffee 2021
Designed with Ángel Valiente. The strength of the proportions contrasts the visual lightness and formal simplicity. Images by Enric Badrinas and Ángel Valiente.
↓ Hortensia Chair, edited by Moooi 2021
Textile design for the Hortensia Chair designed by Andrés Reisinger as a digital image. The armchair started its real life version as a limited edition manufactured by ourselves and is produced and sold by Moooi since 2021.
↓ Woven paper color studies, ongoing personal project.
↓ Print for SS 2021 Paloma Wool garment collection.
↓ Publicación n2 Júlia Esqué x Paloma Wool
Reproduces a personal walkthrough of Julia's work, depicting her personal experiences, along with a selection of her woven paper explorations, finalized with visual interpretations of Julia's universe as seen by Paloma Wool.
↓ Espronceda Stool for Andrés Reisinger studio, 2022
↓ Indoor Landscapes, 2020
The project reflects on the inherent beauty of standard industrial materials. The result is a collection of dynamic accessories that can live in various domestic spaces. The series is made up of three pieces that can be tilted forward and remain in the new oblique position without losing balance. Images by Enric Badrinas.
Júlia Esqué. Designer. Journeyed through various creative processes before establishing her independent practice. Her projects stir in the intersection between product, fashion and textile design. Has collaborated with companies that include Mobles114, Santa&Cole, Moooi, Paloma Wool or Nomad Coffee.