Tripod Vase


Ariel Rojo

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Ariel Rojo Design Studio is based in Mexico City. It is a firm committed to quality of life that is looking for solutions through design. Consciousness, responsibility and humor are some of the key ingredients found in their proposals. Faithful to Albert Einstein’s idea: “You can’t keep doing the same thing everyday and expect different results” Ariel Rojo questions the perception in each one of his works, giving the user a moment of reflection or even getting a laugh out of them. Ariel Rojo starts working at a very young age. At the age of 21 he was part of the winning team of a project to remodel the main square of Mexico City, “the third biggest square in the world”, also obtaining a recognition for the design of the street furniture, which he designed for this contest. These type of experiences have made the work of Ariel Rojo multifaceted and multidisciplinary. Nowadays, Ariel Rojo Design Studio is an international design firm with clients from Mexico, Europe, United States and the Middle East. His work surpassed borders, allowing him to be recognized in several contests, sites, books and design magazines. Currently, Ariel Rojo is advisor of the MODO Museum in Mexico City, advisor of the Glocal magazine, Collaborator in the portal and Founding Partner of the Abierto Mexicano de Diseño. This brown vase is a tribute to tripod pieces found in pre-Hispanic cultures. Made of vinyl. Measurements: 2.75"x2.75"x6.69"

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Ariel Rojo

Ariel Rojo Design Studio was founded in 2006 in Mexico City because of Ariel’s passion for design and his ability to work with multidisciplinary teams. It is a firm committed to improving the quality of life through design solutions. Consciousness, responsibility, and good humor are some of the key ingredients in their design proposals. Ariel Rojo is always looking at the way his designs are received, taking a smile from the user or inspiring him in a deep thought. A period of his professional education was done at UNAM; however he started to work at the very young age of 17. He was designing motherboards for the oil platforms among other electronic fields. At 21, he was part of the winning team for the remodeling project for the Zócalo in Mexico City, one of the three biggest city squares in the world. he received an individual mention for the design of the urban furniture for this achievement. These two experiences, in different scales, have influenced Ariel Rojo’s work to be both multistage and multidisciplinary. Today, Ariel Rojo Design Studio is an international design firm with clients in Mexico, Europe, the United States and the Middle East. His projects have gone beyond the frontiers and have been awarded and exhibited in a myriad of specialized competitions, websites, books and magazines, from the design store at MoMA in N.Y. to the South Korean designs for the 2010 Olympics. In 2002, as a personal project, he created MX reload, which is a design proposal that invites you to reflect in the culture as an element of design that also integrates elements to generate ecologically conscious products.