Héctor Esrawe was born in 1968 in Mexico City. He graduated from the UIA in 1992 as an Industrial Designer. In 2003, he launched his multidisciplinary design practice, Esrawe Studio. Hector firmly believes in collaboration and multidisciplinary interaction, which has allowed him to work with other design and architecture studios, urbanists, artists, museum curators and scenographers. Discover his selection of favorite products on MOM!
Collection: Open Manifest. Solid brass furniture handle
A fibreglass base worked until it appears flexuous, a slender and solid metal rod that both pierces and supports and a top in Fenix with a silky smoothness. These are the elements that give life and shape to two coffee tables with minimalist charm, combining functionality with an original and refined style. Design by Verter Turroni
Inspired by optical illusion artworks, the design of Pyrite bookshelf amazes through an unexpected distribution between empty and full spaces and a structure where horizontal and vertical seems to be reversed. The thin lines of the frame aim for invisibility while contrasting the thicker dividers, in an unusual combination of thicknesses. The different size and shapes of the sections combine to give a sense of movement, while drawers in leather or wood can be added to the bookshelf.
A sofa with two distinct versions and personalities. Soft and upholstered, it becomes a sophisticated sofa, which in its embrace reveals a warm and comfortable soul. In raw fibreglass it calls to mind an enveloping seat on which the seasons have left their marks, surrounding it with poetry. Limited, certified and numbered edition in the black raw material version. Design by Verter Turroni