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Héctor Esrawe (March 23, 2022)58:46

After Hernán Díaz Alonso's introduction, Héctor Esrawe characterizes Esrawe Studio as multi-disciplinary and focused on process. He emphasizes specific values: Heritage, Inspiration, Process, Skills, Constant learning, Methodology, Intuition, Collaboration, Rigor / Devotion"

He discusses a range of projects, including:
• Xinu perfume and packaging, with Ignacio Cadena
• Candles with Cerámica Suro
• The "Parábola" series brass lamps
• The "Shifting Parábola" brass installations
• The "Solsticio" lamps
• The "Altar table" series in onyx
• The "Tori Tori Santa Fe" restaurant interior, Mexico City
• The "Casa SB" in Mérida (starting construction)
• The "Grupo Arca" marble showroom and exhibition space in Guadelajara
• A gallery and public space in the Santa Fe neighborhood, Mexico City
• The "Grupo Arca" warehouse in Wynwood, Miami
• The "Magma" series in glass and metal
• The "Precarious" glass and metal objects, with Emiliano Godoy and Brian Thoreen
• The "Fold" series in ceramic (2016)
• The exhibition design for Masa Gallery of the Suro family collection
• An aluminum desk for Masa Gallery
• The "Candle grid" series
• The "Símbolo cross" series
• The "Símbolo bench" in green Oaxaca onyx
• The "Memoria" series of stools in bronze
• A master plan for a sustainable agave plantation, tequila distillery and spa in Los Altos de Jalisco (ongoing)

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