Expo Lighting America 2020
Classic objects Can and Cupallo
Studio Davidpompa celebrated two classic pieces from its collection with a complementary geometric aesthetic. A new interaction between nature and object presented at Expo Lighting America 2020 in Mexico City.
Curious visitors celebrated together with Mexican drinks including tejate, a traditional drink from Oaxaca, where Barro Negro comes from.
The newly launched vases reinforce the sculptural geometry of the Cupallo and Can pieces and reinvent their aesthetics while maintaining their materiality.
Cupallo vase creates an interaction with the environment that provides reflections between the brass, water and the transparency of glass. A relationship between materials and textures; the brass acting as a mirror and giving a warmth effect and in a more delicate way Can vase creates a relationship between the environment and the matte tone of Barro Negro. A balance between object and nature, which mixes function and aesthetics. Discovering materials and processes related to the earth.
Studio Davidpompa returns to its beginnings with black clay and brass as a celebration in which materials regain shape and proportion to reinvent themselves.
A balance between object and nature, which mixes function and aesthetics.