Visión y Tradición

The three-dimensional patterns of the rugs arise from the shared knowledge of the two creators, Josefina Ruiz, who departs from her Zapotec culture heritage, and Pedro Cerisola who contributed with the three-dimensionality vision and mathematical models.

The design of the rugs was made by applying, to the technology of the looms, a projection of three-dimensional linear views of different Platonic solids, the patterns that were generated were repeated to obtain the three-dimensionality design of the mats.

Presented in Museo Nacional de Antropología e Historia, CDMX.
October 10 – October 28, 2018
Design Week Mexico 2018

Images Courtesy Design Week Mexico, Taller Lu’um

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Project: Design Week Mexico
Designers: Josefina Ruiz Cortines,  Pedro Cerisola
Fabrication: Familia Gutiérrez Sosa, Josefina Ruiz Cortines, Taller Lu’um
Dimensions: 310 cm x 173 cm / 122 in x 68.1 in
Distribution: Taller Lu’um
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Project: Design Week Mexico
Designers: Josefina Ruiz Cortines,  Pedro Cerisola
Fabrication: Familia Gutiérrez Sosa, Josefina Ruiz Cortines, Taller Lu’um
Dimensions: 220 cm x 100 cm /  86.6 in x 39.3 in
Distribution: Taller Lu’um
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Project: Design Week Mexico
Designers: Josefina Ruiz Cortines,  Pedro Cerisola
Fabrication: Familia Gutiérrez Sosa, Josefina Ruiz Cortines, Taller Lu’um
Dimensions: 190 cm x 100 cm / 74.8 in x 39.3 in
Distribution: Taller Lu’um

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