As a child, I was an inquisitive child with little availability for shyness since I grew up in the middle of a mixture of cultures very beneficial for me, especially the cuisine, the food, the ingredients, the colors, the smells, the blends as well as the country where I was born, Venezuela. My family is a mixture of
- Irish and
in short, an interesting mix of cultures that enhanced in me the versatility and creativity of each culture for the same process.
My first contact with design was as a child with color blocks to build and of class sneaking into the paint shop, I still remember the smell of linseed oil and turpentine, my easel next to me, and how to mix the colors to use the light in favor and get unique tones.
Then I learned to model with clay with my grandparents, both were artists and my great-aunt taught me how to cast band-aid molds and use the lathe. All the processes, mixtures, and new possibilities are still vital.
We all have something to tell that motivates us, from this section I intend to tell you a small genealogy of this business, from its origin and how the interest and passion that moves me the design has led
me to be interested in manufacturing processes, mixing pigments, the balance of shapes, composition, history and above all the justification and originality of the pieces we offer in this family history turned into an online store.
The need to integrate current spaces with personality, cosmopolitan and inclusive spaces to show the culture, beauty, wellness, and know-how of this So-fast generation.
I have had to reinvent myself professionally to be able to spend more time with my children and attend to their school and extracurricular needs, I want to do it myself, to pass it on to them because our family tree dates back to 961 AD.
This online business will be my legacy to them, they are very young but it makes them very excited when I find new pieces and show them the process of making each one from the fragility of origami paper to the hardness of marble in a turned part.
Gastronomically we visit a different country and talk about the things that make it unique. The three of us and the grandparents are aesthetically at the antipodes but together in the processes and functionality. We all do a creative storm and look for the best pieces that fit their needs with the quality that we have brought from the beginning.