Mayan monkey that plays with art flowing in the puzzle of time, opening our thoughts to the portal of new creative imaginary adventures for a better human future.
How many objects? Infinite possibilities of creative experimentation that takes the intention of design, with smooth words, honest processes and relevant materials, to its ultimate consequences.
A combination of two beauties that are implicit, one coming from the spirit of the creator as thinker, and the other resulting from the treatment and experimentation with techniques and materials of creation.
Narrative that bets on a reform of production from the artisanal and the handmade in dialogue with technology.
A task that promotes reflections that are relevant today in order to travel to better scenarios. "The era of super technology is going to ask for super-tactility" —Li Edelkoort the global voice of trendforecasting
Objects "made by people for people, as a happiness for the creator and the user" —William Morris, critic of the industrially made and one of the fathers of design as we know it today.
A multidisciplinary team shaped by a textile manager, textile craftswomen and men, a design consultant and an expert advisor on cultural promotion, contributes with multi-perspectives towards the evolution of Chuen MX.
In this time of complex transformations it becomes imperative to resort to means that make us reflect on our actions, it is almost a matter of survival to use discourse as action in order to create a better present that transits towards more desirable futures.
Chuen MX is part of a global paradigm shift, where what is handmade, be it for a textile, an object, or an architectural space, is ceasing to be merely a rescue of traditions to become a system that impacts not only on design in general but above all at a cultural level.
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