Medellin Design Week’s primary satellite fair is Bodega Central, which this year presented over fifty instances of local and international design in an open-air warehouse in downtown Medellin. Here are kriteria’s top four.
This year’s Medellin Design Week brought world-renowned designer Karim Rashid to Medellín, a testament to the success and innovation the city has been credited with in recent years, one that has furthered its worldwide notoriety to rival that of other design-famous cities.
Estudio Persona has tapped into their Uruguayan roots to create Flow, a distinctly neutral and minimalist furniture collection that favors the absence of color to the usual Hispanic cliché of sun-soaked skies and vibrant, highly saturated tones.
NYC-based Studio Sayso launched Collection 01, the studio’s first-ever collection, reflecting the designers’ multicultural backgrounds: France and Colombia.
Colombian Contemporary Design returns to New York Design Week’s WantedDesign fair with the May Day exhibition organized by Medellin Design Week.
All about Palorosa, a lifestyle brand inspired by Guatemalan craftsmanship that presents high quality tote bags and pots that repurpose the traditional recycled plastic baskets.