Coyoacan, Mexico City
It is made by artisans in Coyoacán, CDMX, with blacksmithing and carpentry techniques.
This bench has a steel structure, it is tall, and the seat is made of solid tzalám wood with a textured finish. The wood is burned, which gives the piece its black color and to finish it has a semi-matte coating. It is ideal for bars, so it can be used at home, restaurants, hotels and boutiques.
Care: Occasional cleaning with a cloth. Indoor use (do not expose to direct sun or humidity).
Allied Organization: MX Rituals.
Designers: Gerardo and Mariana Arzate.
Measurements : Length 45, height 70, width 45
Colors : Matte black
Materials : Metal and Tzalam wood
They are a design studio established in Mexico City with more than 20 years of experience. They have obtained international recognition for their extensive work in the field of design.
In their studio-workshop, they make pieces using natural materials and finishes that take care of the environment. They employ traditional joinery and weaving techniques, fusing traditional practices with contemporary design.