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Exposición 100 Showroom 2013

Montaje en 100 Showroom 2013 , Feria de articulos de Arquitectura y Decoracion en Casa de Piedra .

Evento efectuado en Julio 2013.

Participamos con un stand en el Pabellon del Diseño junto a los siguiente colaboradores :

Piso de Aromo Australiano (Chile)  de www.añihue.cl

Cera Osmo de www.nuprotec.cl

Ventana Shutter de Pino Finger blanco de www.evershutters.cl

Mesa y sillas de www.urbandesign.cl

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Expusimos en Casa Cor 2012

Casacor 2012  –  Tema :  Loft para un artista – Total 25 M2

Diseñadores : Cristian Montero y Natalia Montero

Concepto: Un espacio para un estudio habitacion de un artista quien trabaja y duerma en un ambiente reducido.

Se aprovecha la altura a traves de un andamio el cual se equipa con cama , espacio para vestuario, en parte superior.

Un estar con un escritorio colgante y apoyado de un jardin vertical.

Un mueble mural multiple uso de Cristian Montero y Asociados

Colaboraron : Piso de Atika, Muro metalico y Persiana de Hunter Douglass, Iluminacion de AMS, Cristales de Glastech, Herrajes mueble de HBT , Mesa y poltronas de Urbandesign

Alfombra de Bazhars, Utensilios de Comodo, Lamparas de Offelia y muchos otros colaboradores.

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Disenos historicos 1985-1995

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1997   Solucion camarote mural para departamento en La Parva

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1987 Dormitorio mural para ninos en casa de La Dehesa

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1993- Estante escritorio de 1993 by Cristian Montero

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1989 Estante para TV en estar by Cristian Montero

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1995 Estante separador para living (Publicado en Vivienda & Decoracion)

Silla Zaza

israeli designer omri barzeev recently graduate of shenkar college of engineering
and design has sent in images of his project ‘zaza chair’. the flexible chair can be adjusted
to suit user’s needs. the upper part is made using laser cutting technology and layered
with felt. through folding, the chair gets its shape and its structure. the lower part made
out of wood and served the upper part by besting it.

Lampara “tripod” esencia del diseno japones y el trabajo en madera.

Japanese designer takeshi iue may now live in australia, but he retains the philosophy of japanese design
as these pieces show. iue got in touch with designboom to share some insight into the process behind his tripod lamp made using LED lights. despite the lamp’s simple form, the construction was a little trickier.
iue worked out the angles from the lamp on paper, transferring these into a series of prototypes. each test
allowed iue to experiment with different angles, until he arrived at the final shape and size. the final lamp
was made in rock maple and walnut using a thin LED lighting panel and a small switch on the front leg of
the base. he also shared some of his other projects with us, along with some images from inside his studio