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Iaara lamp designed by Hugo Tejada. A Fambuena collection inspired by the femininity

Hugotejadastudio has created the Iaara lighting collection for Spanish design company Fambuena. Inspired by the femininity, the exercise focuses on moving the most representative characteristics of female on object, feminine essence projecting an everyday product. The profile and volume reminds us that we are facing a presence, cultured and refined lamp. It is made of triplex opal glass and light effect is fantastic. The collection consists of a variety of applications, designed for decorative environments, installations and homes, it is a really versatile product. About Hugotejadastudio Hugo Tejada studied Industrial Design at the University Cardenal Herrera CEU, later specializing in automotive design at the UPV of Valencia. After graduating in 2007 began his career as part of the design department of important lighting company, in addition to collaborating with various national companies and design studios. In 2011 he founded his own design studio from which collaborates with various national and international companies at developing new products, providing his expertise and creative vision. He has worked with renowned companies as Vigar, Anperbar, Alfombras Veo-Veo, Mantra, Systemtronic, Almerich, Imaginaierro, Ole by FM, among others. The studio’s philosophy is innovation and product functionality, all projects are treated with the same passion and commitment, from the first sketch to the final product. The observation of the world around us is the main inspiration of the creative process, the analysis of the daily needs directly influence in the approach of new concepts, trying to facilitate the user’s relationship with the objects around them. The main objective is to provide service and advice to companies that consider design as an added value and that they need that their product to have a distinctive sign to help distinguish yourself from other, increasing the value of their brand and its competitiveness against of social times change that we live in today. Source: Hugotejadastudio Visit the Hugotejadastudio website
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