Designers

Zoocreative


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ZooCreative.Delica’s urge to bring new products out on the market have led them to contact the Zoocreative studio (Jaume Ramírez, Gorka Ibargoyen, Josema Carrillo) with whom they have been working since 2005 to develop the identity and design project for the first three Delica products launched on the market: the Delica trays range (Gold Delta AFI FAD Awards 2005; 2006 Design Plus Awards in the Frankfurt Fair; and, the Red Dot Design Award 2007), the Ameba collection (coasters, plate chargers and trivets) and the fruit bowl Lorea.

Lievore Altherr Molina


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Lievore Altherr Molinawas founded by Alberto Lievore, Jeannette Altherr and Manel Molina in 1991.
The Studio focuses on product design, consultancy and art direction work for a number of companies, offering personalized solutions to industry. Known by its furniture design, it also develops interior design projects, packaging and product design. In many opportunities, the Studio gives seminaries and courses cooperating with several Spanish universities in forming new professionals.
Award-winner with Spanish National Design Award (1999) it has received numerous awards and special mentions, both in Spain and abroad, for its work, including several ADI-FAD Deltas Gold and Silver.
It has held both individual and joint exhibitions in Barcelona, Cologne, Chicago, Stockholm, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Louisiana, Madrid, Malmö, Milan, New York, Paris and Tokyo. Its designs are featured regularly in Spanish and international trade magazines.
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Ernest Perera


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Born in Vilanova i la Geltrú (1974), he studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona and Design at Elisava, also in Barcelona. In 2006, he founded his own design company, Amor de Madre, for which he has created several items while serving as a professor at the Elisava and Esdi centers.

Eugenio Simó


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Licensed in fine arts. He studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts San Carlos Of Valencia and Academy of Belli Arti di Venezia.
Artist and graphic designer, he combines both disciplines. He has made numerous exhibitions. As a graphic designer, he has carried out projects for the Spanish Ministry of Culture, MUSAC Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla y León, Madrid Community, Consortium of Museums of the Valencian Community, Institution Alfons el Magnànim, Foundation of Stock Market and Financial Studies, EMAT of Torrent, or Museum of Ceramics of Manises among others.

Héctor Diego


“Shape value and proportion as design premises. Designs that look for timelessness as an added value, avoiding fashions or passing trends”.

Studies Technical Engineering in Industrial Design in Valencia, Master in Product Development in 1998, starts to work at the technical department of AIC / Martíne-Medina , established his own studio at 2001, working on Industrial Design, Product development, Exhibitions and Art Direction.

He participates in numerous international exhibitions. His work has recently been showed in cities like Tokyo , New York, Frankfurt, Paris. Some selections of his design for international design prices cDIM. Finalist at international design prices cDIM , Valencia Fair 99. Prize cDIM Valencia Fair 2001 as art director. 

In 2008 he colaborates with Toyota in the Interior Coordination Finishings for japanese and european market of the model Toyota IQ.

Some of his works have been recognized with the most prestigious international awards such as the German Design Award granted by the German Institute of Design, or the Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum among others.

Four of his works are part of the Permanent Collection of the Chicago Museum of Design.