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Andrés Gutierrez is one of the strongest creative voices to come out of Mexico today. His designs across furniture, objects and interiors tend to start conversations and hit you right in the feels. With a unique aesthetic that can’t be mistaken, his portfolio ranges from the highly saturated to the endearingly absurd.

So when the trailblazing designer came up with his latest challenge, it was always going to be on the avant-garde side. Colourful, riotous and energetic, his new bricks and mortar design store Originario in Mexico City, which opened its doors this past February, creates an alternative platform for young makers and producers within the Mexican design industry.

 

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Connecting with a like-minded audience, the space is a hot bed for experimentation, exhibiting new ideas and works from emerging national talent. Ultimately, his aim is to build and generate a sustainable network of artists and young creatives who strive to reinvent through their work.

Within five ever-changing rooms of a house in Colonia Roma, furniture, art and utilitarian objects from several Mexican creatives take shape against a bold Barragán-esque interior designed by Andrés himself. As the project grows the space will shift and morph and the pieces change according to the season—and at the behest of Andrés.

 

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A place for everyone to enjoy, Originario is a fun and unique space for the appreciation and sale of nationally manufactured furniture, objects and art, presenting an aesthetics and panorama of Mexican design. The first collection includes pieces from many of Andrés friends and collaborators including Comité de Proyectos, CHUCH, Bestia, Piedra de fuego, Mely Ávila, Raúl de la Cerda, Editora Nacional, Flama and A-G studio.

 

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